Prelude to Paris

Eric Mann  Analyzes  United Nations Climate Change Conference Commentaries by Barbara Lott-Holland  Manuel Criollo, Ashley Franklin  and Channing Martinez Thursday, November 19th 2015 6:30pm Immanuel Presbyterian Church 3300 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles CA 90010  Eric, Manuel, Barbara, Ashley, and Channing are going to Paris to Call on President Obama Cut...

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Inside the Civil Rights Movement: a Conversation With Julian Bond

This interview was originally conducted in the office of Tougaloo President Beverly Hogan at the 50th Anni- versary of Mississippi Freedom Summer, June 27, 2014, in Jackson, Mississippi. It was recorded as part of Eric Mann’s program, Voices from...

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What Use Does the Los Angeles Unified School District Have for Military Grade Weapons?

Read this Article on Huffington Post On Thursday, July 30, 50 Black and Latino students wearing mock bullet proof vests with stickers that stated #StudentsAintBulletProof #End1033, from the Strategy Center's Fight for the Soul of the Cities, once again asked the...

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President Obama: No Cars in L.A. and the U.S., No Tanks in L.A. and the U.S.

Read The Full Article on Huffington Post On May 19 in front of Augustus Hawkins High School in South Los Angeles -- on the 90th anniversary of Malcolm X's birthday -- 100 Black and Latino high school students, bus riders, security...

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Danny Schechter Lives

Read this article on CounterPunch My old and dear friend Danny Schechter died last week of pancreatic cancer. Danny Schechter the news dissector, a great radical journalist, and a critical ally of the African National Congress and the South African revolution...

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Palestine Will Win: Solidarity From a Self-Respecting Jew

by ERIC MANN originally posted on CounterPunch online magazine, September 3rd, 2014. In the midst of an Israeli military slaughter of civilians in Gaza and now, its announcement it will commandeer 1,000 acres of land in the West Bank—the largest...

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