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Oregon City Pride and DPG Midwest

Welcome to Molotov Now! This is Sprout, and this is Charyan, we are the hosts of Molotov Now!, and thank you for joining us on this episode of the podcast.


This time we are joined for two interviews, one with two organizers of a recent successful community defense action covering the first Pride event in Oregon City, and another with organizers of the upcoming Dual Power Gathering Midwest being held in Chicago August 17th to the 20th. This episode is all about the threats facing marginalized communities and the alternative power structures being built to liberate them.


We have music from sole and Rubella Ballet, a new audio newsletter, as well as a monthly radical news roundup.


Hope you enjoy.


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