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Eric Mann hosts weekly radio show Voices from the Frontlines on Pacifica KPFK 90.7FM (Tuesdays at 4PM PST). #VoicesRadio boasts a large multi-racial Los Angeles audience, and increasingly, a national audience for our live, streaming webcast. Eric conducts interviews with frontline organizers from across the globe that focus on strategy
and tactics, grassroots movements, radical and revolutionary thinkers, strategists, organizers, and mass leaders--asking the question, "What is to be Done?" and looking for answers.
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#ABC4BlackNation #FreedomDreams #BlackHistory365 #BlackHistoryMonth #MakeHistory #BlackNation #revolution #fredhampton "I'm telling you were living in a sick society. And anybody that endorses integration into this sick society before it's cleaned up is a man who is committing a crime against the people"
"Dr. Martin Luther King was a constantly evolving person and was intellectually and political courageous. The system’s manipulation and re-writing of his life to suit its self-congratulatory purposes is cynical and venal—and once again, an effort to suppress the Black revolutionary tradition, of which he was a part, and prevent it from falling into the hands of a new generation of organizers who desperately need to learn from it."
Dr. Martin Luther King was a constantly evolving person and was intellectually and political courageous. The system’s manipulation and re-writing of his life to suit its self-congratulatory purposes is cynical and venal—and once again, an effort to suppress the Black revolutionary tradition, of whic...