#TODAY ON VOICES RADIO: More Inflammatory Hubris!

Tune in today at 3 on Voices from the Frontlines for more inflammatory Hubris! Today on Voices Eric will discuss the racist book-ends of Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump trying to isolate the Four Strong Soul Sisters—Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Ilhan...

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#TODAY ON VOICES RADIO: Snapshots from the (Un) Democratic Debates

How Tulsi Gabbard was the only one to say, "no war with Iran" the best line and most important issue of the debates How Julian Castro's "decriminalze immigrant border crossings" was a great contribution How Bernie had a chance to stand...

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#TODAY ON VOICES A CELEBRATION of ART KUNKIN’S LIFE

Eric Mann will speak with Anna Kunkin, daughter of Art Kunkin, the founder and publisher of the iconic underground paper, the Los Angeles Free Press (Freep). At its height, 1964 to 1973, The Free Press had 90,000 to 100,000...

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#TODAY ON VOICES RADIO: Sports and Revolution

Support the New York Knicks Black Brain Trust Eric will talk about how President Steve Mills, GM Scott Perry, Coach David Fizdale (Fremont High), Craig Robinson, vice-president of player development—and yes, Michelle Obama's brother, and Alan Houston, GM of the...

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#TODAY ON VOICES: Akinyele Umoja: We Will Shoot Back Become a Voices From the Frontlines Action Organizer

Today on #VoicesRadio we'll hear from Akinyele Umoja, founding member of the New Afrikan People's Organization and the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement. The strategy center Co-Hosted a Night in Conversation with Akinyele Umoja and Eric Mann, hosted by Professor Robin Kelley May 2019....

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We Continue our admiration for and engagement with Ava DuVernay’s Brilliant When They See US

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez will continue their appreciation, interrogation, and extension of Now They See Us into the realm of demand development We Charge the U.S. with Genocide for Crimes Against Black People--again and again No Police on MTA Buses...

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