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: Film Review of Dressmaker, and Looking in the Mirror

This week on Voices from the Frontline—Your National Movement Building Show, Eric does a film review of Dressmaker; (See trailer here) a film about a young woman returning home after being vanished from a Australian town when she was ten....

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Revolutionary History Then and Now

Tuesday, March 7, 2015 3PM PST:  Revolutionary History Then and Now The 1967 Black Rebellion in Newark- "It Was Like A Happening" Film Review: Jackie—The False Promise of the Kennedys LA City Elections—The False Promise of Garcetti Welcome to our new time slot  Now on Tuesdays...

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Voices Radio: VICTORY FOR STANDING ROCK

This weeks edition of Voices from the Frontlines is fund drive for Standing Rock and KPFK. Listens who gave money had their donation split in order to sustain KPFK, and to support the continued Standing Rock Movement. Voices from...

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Stand with Standing Rock #DefundDAPL Now

This week on Voices from the Frontlines, Eric Mann hosts a conversation with Comrades in Struggle: Kandi Mossett and Dallas Goldtooth. Kandi and Dallas give an update on the current conditions in Standing Rock. Eric, Kandi, and Dallas speak...

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President Obama Is Not A Prisoner, Mumia Abu-Jamal is

On this week's edition of Voices from the Frontlines; Your National Movement Building Show, Eric Mann does a short preview of the 2016 film Indignation. Eric then talks about what many have called the Donald Trump Crisis and concludes...

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