Author Archives: Jason Crane

POEM: in response to Morrissey

in response to Morrissey I was looking for a job, and then I found a job And heaven knows I’m miserable now — The Smiths, “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now” we do it anyway           clocking in           punching out           eating a … Continue reading

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POEM: secret handshake (for Owen)

secret handshake for Owen “buy me a milk tea” you say after we speak the same words at the same time it’s our shorthand a shared acknowledgement that we know one another like no one else knows us we even … Continue reading

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Which side are you on?

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A conversation about anarchism

A conversation between activists about the basic concepts of anarchism. From the 23 January 2017 edition of The Morning Mixtape on 98.7 The FREQ.

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Violence

Your iPhone exists because people work in degraded conditions to make it. Same for all the clothes I’m wearing. Same for a lot of the food I eat. I have gas for the car I drive because of violence perpetrated … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Heroes & Solidarity

A few thoughts on heroes, movement building, and how much we need one another.

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