“Are you now or have you ever been a member of a Communist Party?”

That question, was, for those of you who did not live the history or study it, the terrifying question of the House Un-American Activities Committee and the entire McCarthy investigations of communism in every aspect of U.S. life during...

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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: 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: Eric Mann Conversates with Tasha Reign and Julia Ann

This Week on Voices from the Frontlines Eric Mann hosts a conversation with Tasha Reign and Julia Ann. Both Tasha and Julia speak about what prop 60 would mean for them and the entire Adult Entertainment industry if passed,...

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