Voices Radio: The Plot to Kill King & The Obama Inheritance

Eric and Channing talk with Bill (William) F. Pepper about his latest book, The Plot to Kill King, where he removes the vail of secrecy regarding some of the lesser-known details of Dr. King's assassination, including Dr. Bill Pepper's...

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A Conversation with Comrade in Struggle: Zakiya Sankara-Jabar & Barbara Lott-Holland Associate Director of the Labor/Community Strategy Center

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez host a conversation with Comrade in Struggle: Zakiya Sankara-Jabar, Co-founder of Racial Justice NOW! in Dayton Ohio, and current National Field Organizer for the Dignity in Schools Campaign. Zakiya speaks about her experience with...

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Voices Radio: Eric Mann in Conversation w/ Kandi Mossett from Indigenous Environmental Network

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Your National Movement Building Show, Eric Mann hosts a Conversation with Comrade in Struggle Kandi Mossett. Kandi speaks about the history of the American Indian Movement, surveillance in the movement, and the...

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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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