Mutual Aid: Building Communities of Care During Crisis and Beyond "As governments and corporations fail to protect ordinary people from the ravages of the crisis, community networks are organizing their own communities around the principles of mutual aid, solidarity, and autonomous direct action. Their aim is solidarity not charity. Cooperation and interdependence, not competition. Learn from longtime mutual aid organizers on how to protect each other during coronavirus and how to build long-term, liberatory, and resilient communities beyond this pandemic and the death cult of capitalism and settler colonialism." Featuring: Kali Akuno - longtime organizer, cofounder, codirector of Cooperation Jackson. Coeditor of Jackson Rising: The Struggle for Economic Democracy & Black Self-Determination. Mariame Kaba - organizer, abolitionist, educator, founder of Project NIA, author of Missing Daddy. Dean Spade - associate professor at Seattle University School of Law, founder of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. Klee Benally - Diné (Navajo) anarchist, direct action tactician with Indigenous Action Media, and cocreator of 'Indigenous Mutual Aid Network'