A Conversation About Katrina’s Legacy Volume 2

On this weeks show host Eric Mann will have a round table discussion with long time activist Barbara Lott-Holland, Activist and radio show producer Channing Martinez, long time listener of KPFK, contributor, and activist Candy Lee, and...

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

On Today's Show Eric reads from his article titled "President Obama: No Cars in L.A. and the U.S., No Tanks in L.A." Which was published in The Huffington Post on May 31, 2015. Then Eric...

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Obama Declares Venezuela A National Security Threat

On Today's Show, hosts Eric Mann and Manuel Criollo discuss President Obama's recent decision to Declare Venezuela a National Security Threat. The fact that the United States considers Venezuela a national security threat, completely ignores the national security threat...

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In His Own Voice: The Story of a Self-Respecting Jew

"When I first joined the civil rights movement in 1964 as a field secretary for the Congress of Racial Equality and first heard the militants from the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee chant “Hell no, we won’t go” to fight...

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Fund Drive for KPFK’s Archives With Excerpts of Malcolm X’s Speech Ballot or Bullet

For many exciting years 90.7 fm KPFK has hosted Voices from the Frontlines and many other progressive movement building radio shows. On this show, Eric Mann along with interim Director Allan Minsky host a fund drive featuring excerpts from...

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Freedom Struggle and Traditions

On this show Eric Mann read excerpts from Charles M. Payne's book I've Got the Light of Freedom: The Organizing Tradition and the Mississippi Freedom Struggle . Eric Also discuss with Ronald Collins of The Bus...

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