Imagination Revolution: UBI

Conversations about what we would do with ourselves if our basics were covered; this show takes an abundance angle on the idea of Universal Basic Income, getting into what our society misses out on by requiring participation in an exploitative wage labour system.

Fighting Hard, Staying Soft: visioning castles in the sky Imagination Revolution: U.B.I.

This episode is an interview with traveling artist, tech worker, community builder and social media rebel rouser Riles Spicer (they/them). We talk about a lot of things including organizing skills, building trust, choosing battles, learning discernment and the ways that the current capitalist paradigm makes those things hard. You can support this show and Kori's other work by joining their Donut Club on Patreon: You can find Kori online,, (request to follow), You can find Riles online @rileslovesyall,, , , The tiktok that got this conversation started: Some of the ideas and teachers we reference in the show are: -when we sit at a table to "do business", what is left out? – the dangerous conflation of leadership/organizing & management – the need to imagine the world we want to live in without the restrictions of "but how?" Kori's appearance on Good Morning Britain- when the fight is not about the opponent, but the audience. Caterpillars become goo- becoming something new may involve a complete deconstruction
  1. Fighting Hard, Staying Soft: visioning castles in the sky
  2. Claiming and Being Claimed by a Future that Cannot Be Unspoken
  3. Following a Calling Towards Pleasure w/ Taara of the Modern Bed
  4. Bold Visioning & Brave Bargaining; Beyond Gaps in Business Shaped Governance
  5. "You Are My Comrade, or You Are a Bootlicker": Episode 3 w/ Elyse Ian Fields

Sex, Drugs and How We Roll

This show is archived Sexual health, Harm Redux, Community Wellness content sponsored by ANKORS West Kootenay, produced between 2012 and 2017

Colourful condoms lined up in a grid.

Dandelion close up with a few seeds left.

Ankors Street College Curriculum

Harm Reduction knowledge has always been something that comes first and foremost from on the ground. The lives and bodies of drug-using people, sex workers and intersectionally marginalized folks have been the progenitors and test grounds for much of what is collected here. In the process of gathering this knowledge, I may have missed pieces or had things lost in translation.

Harm reduction videos