which podcasts would you recommed for a 13-year-old who one day ago discovered there's actually excess food and empty apartments enough for everybody and people routinely die of hunger and exposure for no reason, just to appease the 1% who also burn twice as much carbon as the whole 50% poorest, and kid in question is feeling quite, political, about the world they just found themselves living in


for the record these were my own recs:

* Srsly Wrong: Interesting political discussions treated in comedy sketches, very engaging and easy to follow.

* Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff: The inspiring lives of our ancestors—anarchists, rebels, guerillas, antifas, queers and weirdos—not just in the big famous struggles but their daily lives.

* Lightspeed Magazine: Regular scifi short stories. Queer-friendly, and puts effort into presenting new/women/queer writers.

* We Will Remember Freedom: Defunct anarchist scifi podcast, got a good half-dozen excellent stories in the log before going dormant.

* Friends at the Table: Still haven't gotten into it but kid likes RPGs and this campaign podcast comes highly recommended by people I trust

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