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Millennials Are Killing Capitalism

Mar 22, 2018

Anoa Changa is an attorney in the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan area. She holds a Master in City and Regional Planning from The Ohio State University as well as a Juris Doctorate from West Virginia University College of Law where she was a W.E.B Dubois fellowship recipient.  Anoa serves on the board of the National Conference of Black Lawyers (NCBL).

Aside from her life as an attorney, Anoa has been a grassroots digital organizer providing strategic support to several progressive organizations. A growing presence in the world of independent progressive media, Anoa hosts The Way with Anoa, a weekly talk show and podcast, focusing on politics, news, and community engagement. Anoa serves as the Director of Political Advocacy and co-Managing Editor at The Progressive Army. She also recently launched a Georgia focused blog Peach Perspective. 
In this episode we talk to Anoa about her trip to Puerto Rico a couple months after Hurricane Harvey, we talk about mutual aid, and the specific challenges and relations in Puerto Rico. We also talk about growing up in a radical family, and her family’s relationships with the Republic of New Afrika which is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary, and other radical organizations and individuals including Critical Resistance and Mutulu Shakur. She also talks to us about parenting her own children and the challenges faced by parents who are politically active, particularly within radical circles and activist spaces. Anoa talks about her work with Progressive Army and her podcast The Way With Anoa 
Lastly she talks briefly about the connections between the Republic of New Africa and the connection to Cooperation Jackson, the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, the Jackson-Kush plan, and Chokwe Lumumba and his son Chokwe Antar Lumumba.