VOICES Today: Alan Minksy Discusses Progressive Democrats, Mark Masaoka on the Future of the Movement

VOICES Today: Alan Minksy Discusses Progressive Democrats, and Mark Masaoka on the Future of the Movement   Eric Mann in Conversation with Mark Masaoka, this is the final of a three-part series with the UAW and Japanese-American leading organizer on the future of the...

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On This Week’s VOICES Show: UAW Scores Major Victory plus MTA’s Anti-Blackness

Tomorrow on Voices from the Frontlines: UAW 1 Member 1 Vote Wins MTA's Anti-Blackness South Central 3rd World News Nina Simone   Hello Voices Listeners! Tomorrow , Tuesday, December 7 at 3 PM, KPFK.org, streaming live on the web at KPFK.org, listen to Channing Martinez and Barbara...

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VOICES Radio: The MTA’s Anti-Blackness; Mark Masaoka Talks Unionism, Racism at GM Plant

The MTA's Anti-Blackness; Mark Masaoka Talks Unionism, Racism at GM Plant; and Horace Silver performs his classic, Song for my Father On this edition of Voices from the Frontlines, Eric Mann and Channing Martinez urge the MTA to “Stop Genocide Against Black...

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Today on Voices: MTA Genocide, Mark Masaoka Part 2, South Central Third World News, & Song from my Father

Today on Voices from the Frontlines: MTA Genocide, Mark Masaoka Part 2 South Central Third World News Song from my Father Tuesday November 30th, 2021 | 3 PM PST Eric Mann and Channing Martinez on “Stop MTA Genocide Against Black Passengers—time for Voices Listeners to get...

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Voices Radio talks Climate Justice with Nathan Thanki, and the BRU reports on their meeting with Metro CEO Stephanie Wiggins

Nathan Thanki @n_thanki of Demand Climate Justice @gcdcj talks about the COP 26 in Glasgow 10/31-11/12. The people of the third world will be fighting to improve climate change. The US and the EU will be working to maintain...

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This week on Voices Radio: Barbara, Channing, and Eric update us on the MTA’s Poison Pill Initiative .

Channing Martinez, Director of Organizing at the Labor Community Strategy Center, pushed the Bus Riders Union's anti-apartheid movement closer to success today, at Metro's Public Safety Advisory Committee Board Meeting with two extremely important points what SHOOK THE ROOM!!! ...

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