The struggle for the right to the city, against the intensification of
exploitation and valorization is complex and diverse. May it be people in
Berlin stopping an eviction, squatting houses in Amsterdam, taking squares in
Greece or fighting for free public transportation in Brazil.
This episode features part two of Bursts conversation Paul Z. Simons on his recent trip to the northern, autonomous regions of Syria known as Rojava. In this conversation Paul shares his experiences of gender, feminism, power distribution and infrastructure in Rojava and his thoughts as a post-left anarchist of experiencing what he’d consider a social revolution.