Voices Radio: The Podcast interview with Mary Louise Patterson on her book and childhood with Black revolutionaries.

This week on Voices Radio: The Podcast is this incredibly important interview with Mary Louise Patterson. She spoke with Eric Mann, Channing Martinez, and Barbara Lott-Holland about her book that she co-authored with Evelyn Louise Crawford, Letters From Langston; From the Harlem...

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Voices Radio: George Jackson, Black Panther, Author, Political Prisoner, Friend and Comrade of Eric Mann

"I came to know George Jackson in my own life as a political prisoner. On September 25, 1969, as part of the Boston Weatherman above ground collective, we organized a militant demonstration against the Harvard Center for International Affairs....

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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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This week on Voices From the Frontlines with Eric Mann and Channing Martinez.

  This week on Voices From the Frontlines: Channing Martinez who is the Director of Organizing for the Labor Community Strategy Center, joins Eric remotely from the frontlines! In front of the Los Angeles Unified School District headquarters Channing is leading...

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The Space Between Accountability and Abolition; This week on Voices Radio, we recap on the Chauvin conviction.

Today on Voices From the Frontlines, we learn that Derek Chauvin, the finally convicted murderer of our dearly departed George Floyd, charged with three counts of second degree murder. Following the verdict, we outline our organizing efforts and next...

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This week on Voices Radio, we honor our dear friend Reese Erlich!

This week on Voices from the Frontlines: We honor Reese Erlich! Our dear friend Reese helped to initiate the Stop the Draft Week in Oakland, who worked for the Unity Newspaper of the League of Revolutionary Struggle, and became...

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