Audio and Video

Audio

Audio Books

Iron Fist Behind the Invisible Hand Kevin Carson

Audio Lectures

Libertarian Anarchism: Responses to Ten Objections Roderick Long
The Black Panther Party an engaging and entertaining talk by Bobby Seale
Black Anarchism Ashanti Alston
Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution Wayne Price
An Introduction to Anarchism Cindy Milstein
Buddhist Anarchy to End Violent Politics John Malkin
A Talk given by Derrick Jensen before Endgame
John Zerzan on Anarchism
New Anarchism Cindy Milstein and Andrej Grubacic
Private property Mike Benham examining Locke, Proudhon, and Kropotkin
Government as a tool of wealthy and powerful Ward Churchill
American Indian perspectives: Ward Churchill, Chellis Glendinning, John Zerzan, Amato Lascar
Howard Zinn: The Case Of Sacco & Vanzetti
Howard Zinn: Emma Goldman, A Dangerous Woman
Mutual Aid: Principles and Practice

Discussion/roundtables

Round Table on Derrick Jensen’s Works
A panel discussion on direction action and a celebration of David Graeber’s book “Direct Action”
Anarchism and World Politics conference to linking Anarchism and International Relations
Evolved for Anarchy using Richard Dawkins, and Joan Roughgarden

Radio

Radio4All (a plethora of downloads from a wide range of people)
audio anarchy radio
Alternative Radio
Thinking Liberty
The Authority Smashing! Hour
Democracy Now
Bottom Up Radio Network
Echo of Freedom, Radical Podcast
Thoughtcrime radio

Podcasts

another world is possible
audio anarchy

Video

c4ss video channel
Z Video Productions

Documentaries

Living Utopia (The Anarchists & The Spanish Revolution) 
The Wobblies (Full Documentary)
Anarchism in America
Capitalism Is The Crisis: Radical Politics in the Age of Austerity
Secrets of the CIA (poor quality vid, but well done)
Emma Goldman – An exceedingly dangerous woman
Manufacturing Consent – Noam Chomsky and the Media
An Anarchist’s Story Ethel MacDonald

Why hierarchy creates a destructive force within the human psyche (by dr. Robert Sapolsky)

News/history

Bill Moyers Interviews David Stockman on Crony Capitalism of Washington & Wall St.
The Secret Government PBS

Lectures

Against Capitalism
Foundations of Libertarian Ethics, Lecture 1: Objective and Subjective Value | Roderick T. Long
Chomsky refutes “libertarian” “anarcho”- capitalism
Sheldon Richman at FFF: “Capitalism” vs. the Free Market 
Democracy and the Pathology of Wealth
John Perkins – The Secret History of the American Empire
The Anarchist Turn – Judith Butler– Queer Anarchists and Anarchists Against the Wall

Debates

Market Socialism Vs. Parecon 1 (David Schweickart vs. Micheal Albert) | 2 David Schweickart | 3 David Schweickart | 4 Micheal Albert | 5 Micheal Albert | 6 Micheal Albert | 7Micheal Albert

Interviews

Video

A conversation with anarchist David Graeber about anthropology

Debt: the 1st 5,000 years
Ashanti Alston : Anarchist Black Panther 
Howard Zinn on Anarchism and Marxism
Howard Zinn on Big Think
Noam Chomsky on Big Think: Democracy: America’s Oldest Spectator Sport
Noam Chomsky speaks to Sasha Lilley about Anarchism and the State
Noam Chomsky On Anarchism – Interviewed by Barry Pateman
Conversation with Barry Pateman Part 1 The Best of the Authority Smashing! Hour
A conversation with author Naomi Klein
Ray McGovern on the Corruption of U.S Intelligence
Chalmers Johnson on American Hegemony
Eeeek, an Anarchist!
BBC: Melvyn Bragg and guests Peter Marshall, John Keane and Ruth Kinna. not the best, but worth a listen, no video, just audio

Audio

Kevin Carson Interview | Carson on Adam Vs. The Man (my favorite of the two)
Debt The First 5,000 Years– David Graeber
We Don’t Need A State (The Lew Rockwell Show 01/19/2011: An Interview with Roderick T. Long on Anarchism)
Interview with Flores Forbes author of “Will You Die with Me? My Life and the Black Panther Party”
Interview Utah Phillips. He said that he never told his story as completely as this.
Anarchistic Revolution, the history and future of anarchism Barry Pateman
Derrick Jensen on Bottom Up Radical Network
BBC Interview, Noam Chomsky on Anarchism 1976 classic

Text

Interview with Roderick Long on Left Libertarianism
Charles Johnson on his Many Publications, Libertarian Feminism and Anarchic Individualism

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