This hour on Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders, Jean Feraca and her guest talk about Goth culture which both intrigued and repulsed outsiders with its black clothes, ties to punk rock, and vampirism.
- Neil Whitehead, Professor of Anthropology and Religious Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Matt 3/21/07: "'The church of Goth is a broad house.' Yeah, I guess most people need some kind of church. Too bad. Much rather spend my time with happy anarchists. No time to wallow in depression and navel gazing introspection when the times demand action. Grab even a small handful sand from the earth at your feet, which exists in such great abundance that even the poorest of the poor can have as much as they desire, and toss it with glee into the gears of the machinery of institutional (artificial, hierarchal) society. And then take a moment to rejoice and celebrate the self-organizing, 'progressive' tendencies of man free of the yoke of coercive collectivism."