Voices Radio: Eric and Channing push for support of Dr. Melina Abdullah, they continue the discussion of the Bus Riders Union film, and we hear from the Executive Director of the Pan African Film Festival, Ayuko Babu.
Voices Radio: Bus Riders Union film review - Channing Martinez and Barbara Lott Holland.
Voices Radio: Eric and Channing talk about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as the fierce revolutionary that he was.
Voices Radio: Eric and Channing share the stage with Ivette Ale who is in the fight to get rid of women's prisons, and Kirti Baranwal, a UTLA teacher, about the teachers strike.
Voices Radio: Mumia Abu Jamal / United Teachers of L.A. - Get ready to take action!

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Eric Mann hosts weekly radio show Voices from the Frontlines on Pacifica KPFK 90.7FM (Tuesdays at 3PM PST). #VoicesRadio boasts a large multi-racial Los Angeles audience, and increasingly, a national audience for our live, streaming webcast. Eric conducts interviews with frontline organizers from across the globe that focus on strategy and tactics, grassroots movements, radical and revolutionary thinkers, strategists, organizers, and mass leaders–asking the question, “What is to be Done?” and looking for answers.


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Voices Radio: Eric and Channing push for support of Dr. Melina Abdullah, they continue the discussion of the Bus Riders Union film, and we hear from the Executive Director of the Pan African Film Festival, Ayuko Babu.
Today on Voices From the Frontlines – we learn that civil rights leader and Black Lives Matter activist and Founding member, Dr. Melina Abdullah faces...

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Voices Radio: Bus Riders Union film review – Channing Martinez and Barbara Lott Holland.
  Today on Voices Radio Channing Martinez, Producer and co-host of Voices From the Frontlines, and Barbara Lott Holland, long time member of the Bus...

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Voices Radio: Eric and Channing talk about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as the fierce revolutionary that he was.
“There is no such thing as history, there’s only the battle and struggle over the historical record”. – Eric Mann. Eric talks about his very...

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Voices Radio: Eric and Channing share the stage with Ivette Ale who is in the fight to get rid of women’s prisons, and Kirti Baranwal, a UTLA teacher, about the teachers strike.
Today’s show features people doing things: no critics, observers, no professors unless they are organizing on campus, not\ news commentators, nor talking heads, just taking...

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Voices Radio: Mumia Abu Jamal / United Teachers of L.A. – Get ready to take action!
Noelle Hanrahan – Head of Prison radio and advocate for all political prisoners and friend of Mumia Abu Jamal. Noel talks about the epicenter of...

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Voices Radio:”Where is the Hope” panel?
Voices From the Frontlines brings in the new year with defining hope, in this episode titled “Where Is the Hope”? During Voices From the Frontlines’...

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Voices Radio: Eric goes into depth on the United States generally hateful, thus anti-Semitic foundation, and how it produced the most anti-Semitic tragedy in Pittsburgh.
This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric and Channing talk about the hatred of the Jews being as American as Apple pie, the Indigenous...

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Voices Radio: Eric, Channing, Mark Torres, and Alan Minsky of KPFK discuss Stokley Carmichael’s revolutionary ideology in contrast to today’s political climate, and review Boots Riley’s Sorry to Bother You.
Eric, Channing, KPFK’s Interim Program Director, and the Director of Pacifica Radio Archives, Mark Torres, discuss the current political climate in contrast to Stokely Carmichael’s...

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Voices Radio: Eric is in conversation with Ecosocialist Victor Wallis.
Join Eric Mann in conversation with Ecosocialist, and author of Red-Green Revolution: The Politics and Technology of Ecosocialism, Victor Wallis, about his new book, the...

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