VOICES: A Revolutionary Symphony; A Celebration of Protest Music

Today on Voices from the Frontlines: A

Revolutionary Symphony; From Cuba to Detroit,

Ghana to Jamaica, a Celebration of Protest Music

Join us TODAY for a Revolutionary Rhapsody to celebrate music of defiance and protest against injustice and oppression. Eric Mann and Ernesto Arce take you from Cuba to Detroit, Ghana to Jamaica for a liberation of the body, mind, & soul as well as a dance marathon.

Eric’s musical selections are: Languta by Hugh Masekela and the Hedzoleh Sounds, Quimbara by Celia Cruz & the Fania All Stars with Johnny Pacheco, and Mississippi Goddamn followed with Pirate Jenny both by the beloved Nina Simone.

Ernesto’s musical selections include Turn Me Loose by Al Campbell, Home is Where the Hatred Is by Gil Scott Heron, Solidarity by Black Uhuru, and Send Me by Hugh Masekela.

South Central Third World News Solidarity with Cuba and the People’s Forum U.S. defies the embargo to deliver a huge shipment of powdered milk to Cuba. U.S. intelligence agencies admit the Havana Syndrome is a fabrication. Wells Fargo gets called out for its lip service in honoring Dr. King, and Africa and the world remember the revolutionary legacy of Burkina Faso’s Thomas Sankara.

Are you listening?  Send your comments, questions, and suggestions to eric@voicesfromthefrontlines.com.

Listen to Voices from the Frontlines Today at 3PM PST on KPFK 90.7FM OR click below to stream the show live on KPFK.





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