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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Martin Luther King and the Black Revolutionary Tradition

Read this article on CounterPunch As we celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. the system, “the white power structure” as we used and still should call it, continues its character and political assassination of his work. Dr....

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The Fight for the Soul of Los Angeles

The Fight for the Soul of Los Angeles: What progressive activists can learn from a grassroots campaign against transit racism. By Eric Mann originally published in The Nation Magazine on May 27th, 2013. On November 6, 2012, as progressive voters cheered the re-election of Barack...

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Alex Caputo-Pearl and Reverend Eric Lee: Policy Attacks Continue on LA’s Historical Black and Brown Public High Schools

Alex Caputo-Pearl, lead teacher of the Social Justice Academy at Crenshaw High School, and Reverend Eric Lee, president of the Los Angeles branch of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference talk to us about recent efforts by Los Angeles School...

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No On Measure J with Sunyoung Yang, Barbara Lott-Holland and Damien Goodmon

Today we devote the hour to a critically important Ballot Measure that has not received as much attention as many of the other measures and propositions. I'm talking about Measure J. Measure J proposes to borrow tens of billions of dollars,...

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Pete White of the Los Angeles Community Action Network

Police harassment of the homeless community, gentrification, and the fight for their civil rights. Pete White is Founder and Co-Director of the Los Angeles Community Action Network, also known as (LA CAN), which organizes and trains low-income and homeless persons in LA's downtown to help...

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