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.
You missed a great show yesterday... but it's not too late. Tune in to my conversation with Barbara Lott Holland, and Channing Martinez on Katrina's Legacy Volume 2 along with long time KPFK contributor Candy Lee who joined us in studio after giving one thousand dollars during last years fund drive.
On this weeks show host Eric Mann will have a round table discussion with long time activist Barbara Lott-Holland, Activist and radio show producer Channing Martinez, long time listener of KPFK, contributor, and activist Candy Lee, and KPFK General Manager leslie Radford. The discussion will be broa…
People ask me, Why say "Black Nation?" I say, "Because I believe there is a Black nation.' OK, but why say "genocide?" I say, "Because I believe the U.S. is carrying out genocde against Black people" OK, but do you have to say "white settler state?" Answer, "yes, cause it's a white settler state" You get it, whatever happened to speaking truth to power, telling it like it is, just saying what you really think without fear of the consequences. Well, there are consequences and I'm not sure I have no fear, but I do feel good about how I am talking and writing these days, feels like I am getting my full voice back. #KatrinasLegacy #speaktruthtopower #tellitlikeitis #smilingfacestelllies ... See MoreSee Less
Please join me, Robin Kelley, Manuel Criollo, Barbara Lott-Holland and LCSC organizers for the National Launch of Katrina's Legacy: The Black Nation and the People of the World Confront the U.S. Imperialist White Settler State and Its Genocidal Climate Crimes, Thursday 6 PM, Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 3300 Wilshire Blvd (at Catalina) This will be a book signing and discussion about a revolutionary strategy at the intersection of the Black, Third World, and Climate Justice movements. We just came back from Paris at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and saw, first-hand, how President Obama destroyed any strong measures on climate. But that is where we come in. Please attend, buy a book or some books, join the conversation, join the movement. on.fb.me/1lT6Dmr #KatrinasLegacy #BlackNation #genocidalclimatecrimes #COP21 ... See MoreSee Less