Eric Mann in Conversation with John Bachtell, Chair of the Communist Party USA

The Challenge of Socialism and the Unique Role of Communists in Today’s Movement In recent Voices programs, Eric Mann has challenged anti-communism and put forth positive views of communists in history. On April 11th, 2017 he put forth effusive reviews of the...

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Voices Radio: A Communist in a Auto Factory by Eric Mann

This week on Voices from the Frontlines Your National Movement Building Show Eric Mann reads from his soon to be published article: A Communist in an Auto Factory. Eric tells us about his journey as a known communist working in the health...

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Voices Radio: The Strategy Center’s Civil Rights Climate Justice Campaign

This Week on Voices from the Frontline Your National Movement Building Show Eric and Channing Delve deep in to The Strategy Center's Civil Rights and Climate Justice Campaign that is demanding: Free public transportation Stop MTA’s Systematic Attacks on Black Passengers–No...

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Voices Radio: Film Reviews of Lion, Neruda, and Il Postino

Today On Voices from the Frontlines, Your National Movement Building Show, we're introduced by the high energy filled, loud yelling Stephen A Smith, and Eric's rendition of Stephen. In the second segment of the show, Eric Mann and Manuel Criollo...

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Voices Radio: Film Review of I Am Not Your Negro By Eric Mann and Channing Martinez

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez will appreciate and review I Am Not Your Negro—Raoul Peck's important exploration of James Baldwin's political thought.  This film is an interrogation of the U.S. white settler state and its pathetic cultural pretensions and...

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Voices Radio: In Conversation with Comrade in Struggle Dallas Goldtooth from IEN

 This week on Voices from the Frontlines Your National Movement Building Show, Eric hosts a conversation with Dallas Goldtooth, Organizer with Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN). Eric and Dallas recap the struggle around the Dakota Access Pipeline and talk about...

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