By Silver Threads Podcast
“I only call myself an anarchist as shorthand. anarchy is a way I see the world. it does not define me.”
scott crow is a street philosopher, author, dreamer, and musician. In this episode, scott digs deep into his own history, the hammer of art that helped shape him, collective liberation, the danger of activist subcultures and more.
About Silver Threads Podcast: The show where we, carla bergman & Eleanor Goldfield, trace our present path through the people and stories of the past – as we ourselves – long-term activists learn about each other, from each other and continue to walk, continue to wake. Silver Threads, still walking still waking.
scott crow is an international speaker and author. His first book, Black Flags and Windmills: Hope, Anarchy, and the Common Ground Collective, was included on NPR’s Top Summer Reads of 2015. Black Flags and Windmills has been translated into Spanish, Russian, and Chinese. He is a contributor to the books Grabbing Back: Essays Against the Global Land Grab, Witness to Betrayal, The Black Bloc Papers, and What Lies Beneath: Katrina, Race, and the State of the Nation.