|We’ll begin with Victor Wallis, a long-time comrade who is doing a zoom exhibition of his mother’s painting—The Art of Diane Esmond—An appreciation by her son, to be video cast this Friday, November 26 at 11 AM PST. Please go to the Marxist Education Project Website and scroll to November 26 to register.
Then we’ll hear from Ernesto Arce and his dynamic South Central/Third World News as he discusses the commutation of the death penalty of Julius Jones and now the fight for his release for a murder he did not commit at the same time as Kyle Rittenhouse was release even before his trial for murders he did commit!
Then Eric will have a moving conversation with Mark Masaoka, one of the long-time leaders in the Japanese American community and United Auto Workers as we discuss his formative years and how we joined paths as auto workers and members of the League of Revolutionary Struggle. Part II of this III part conversation will play on subsequent shows.
Then, we’ll go out with Aguanile, the amazing, hypnotic, Afro-Cuban, Guaguanco, Santeria, orisha embodied by the Fania legend Hector Lavoe
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