Resistance and Solidarity – Scotland and the Flour Massacre

I talked to activist and organiser Jonathon Shafi about recent developments in Gaza and movement-building in response, as well as the electoral ramifications of complicity in acts of genocide and war crimes.

Original music by Siobhan Wilson.

You can listen to 56 Degrees North on Spotify HERE

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Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions

The Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement works to end international support for Israel’s oppression of Palestinians and pressure Israel to comply with international law.

Support the BDS Movement HERE#.

We Are for Palestine

A live show raising funds for Medical Aid For Palestinians and UNWRA. Hosted by Gemma Cairney, spoken word and live music from Callum Easter, Jenni Fagan, Gavin Francis, Doug Johnstone, Kathryn Joseph, Kirstin Innes, Hannah Lavery, Kirsty Logan, Graeme Macrae Burnet, Denise Mina, Andres N Ordorica, Heather Parry, Michael Pedersen, Cailean Steed, SSHE, Irvine Welsh, Chitra Ramaswamy + more TBC. Some acts will appear by video stream. We hope to invite some Palestinian writers to contribute by video. Tickets here.

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  1. The podcast was uploaded with a technical glitch before – this should be better now. Let me know if it works okay? Apologies and thanks.

    1. SleepingDog says:

      @Editor, I am not seeing the audio widget in any of several browsers over a couple of platforms now. There’s just an empty space above “I talked to activist”.

      1. Refresh and try now? Let me know if it is appearing? Thanks.

        1. SleepingDog says:

          @Editor, seems all good now. Only remark is that the duration shows in Firefox browser but not in Chrome, not sure why that is, could be other variables, and audio plays in both. I’ve never installed Spotify plugins to my knowledge.

  2. Niemand says:

    You have to have Spotify on your browser. I have the desktop version only. Maybe post a link as well so it can be opened there? Spotify is weird in that you can have the application on your machine, even a paid version, but it still does not work via a browser.

    1. Ah, okay, thanks, I should have run some tests, it looked fine on mine, cheers

    2. I’ve posted links to Spotify, Podcasts and Google Podcasts.

    3. I’ve posted links to Spotify, Podcasts and Google Podcasts.

  3. Niemand says:

    Edit – the save on Spotify does work in that it takes you to the online version. Still be nice to just listen on the desktop app.

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