In this episode of A Radical Podcast, titled “Class Struggle,” we delve deep into the historical and theoretical aspects of class struggle and its profound influence on our societies. From the Conflict of the Orders in the Roman Republic to the Seattle General Strike, we examine the pervasive nature of class struggle and its role in sparking revolutionary changes. We also discuss the ongoing resistance at the Maxmur camp, highlighting the current struggles for autonomy and self-determination. Rounding off the episode, we spotlight the Soundz of the South, a political arts collective using music as a tool for resistance and explore the history of the Toyi-toyi protest dance. Tune in for a thought-provoking journey through radical history and culture.