Voice Radio: Here are a few of my Favorite Things

Today on Voices from the Frontlines, Eric Mann, Channing Martinez, and Special Guest Kiyanna Williams discuss some of their favorite things; including restaurants, films, recipes, and books. In the second half of the show callers share some of their Favorite...

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The 100th Anniversary of the October Revolution: the Great Breakthrough in Anti-Imperialist Socialism

Read this Article on Greanville Post “History cannot ignore W.E.B. Dubois. It is time to cease muting the fact that Dr. Dubois was a genius who chose to become a Communist.” — Dr. Martin Luther King “Whatever has happened to Stalin, gentlemen,...

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A Conversation with Comrade in Struggle: Thandisizwe Chimurenga

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez will host a conversation with Comrade in Struggle: Thandisizwe Chimurenga. They'll be discussing Thandi's essay Some Thoughts on White Supremacy and Jesus as Bread and Circuses published in Why Don't the Poor Rise Up? Thandi is a freelance journalist based...

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Voices Radio: Join the Free Public Transportation Campaign

Eric and Channing discuss climate change and free public transportation in Los Angeles. Chaning discuses the recent rain event in New Orleans, and the flooding that occurred there after. Eric and Channing speak about the Strategy Center's Free Public...

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Rebellion in Newark—50th Anniversary

Eric Mann was an organizer with The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) in 1964-1965 and with the Newark Community Union Project (NCUP) 1965-1968. He was living in the Black South Ward of Newark during the 1967 Urban Rebellion. He will be...

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Nation within a Nation: In Conversation With Komozi Woodard & Eric Mann

Komozi Woodard is a long-time movement organizer, the Revolutionary in Residence at the Labor/Community Strategy Center, and professor of history at Sarah Lawrence College He is the author of the influential Nation Within a Nation—Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones) and Black Power...

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