Rebel Steps is an independent podcast that launched in June 2018. This podcast is for anyone who wants to take political action and doesn’t know exactly where to get started. It’s made especially for folks activated by Trump’s election who are still looking for ways to plug in. It guides listeners through actions that go beyond protesting and calling your representatives.
Who are we?
Rebel Steps was created by Amy and Liz, two sisters living in Brooklyn, NY. Though they both always had strong political views, Trump’s election spurred them to a new chapter of activism, including everything from the women’s march to anti-fascist organizing. Over the past 18 months, they’ve developed alongside #Resistance, learned a lot, and made many new friends.
You can email us at email@example.com.
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Organizations we listed in this podcast
- Metropolitan Anarchist Coordinating Council
- NYC Anarchist Black Cross
- Critical Resistance
- NYC Books Through Bars
- Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement
- National Lawyers Guild
- Lower Manhattan Food Not Bombs
- The Bronx Freedom Fund
- No Platform for Fascism