VOICES Today: Conversations with Mumia Abu-Jamal and the Late Great Julian Bond

Today on Voices from the Frontlines: Voices Radio First Show of 2022 Voices in the Tradition of Summer of Soul Eric in conversation w/ Mumia Abu Jamal Eric in conversation w/ Julian Bond South Central Third World News In the Spirit of Summer of Soul,...

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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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Voices Radio: We continue the conversation with Meena Roman.

The United States is by far the most irresponsible nation regarding its primary contribution to climate change which is making life on planet Earth almost unbearable for most nations, including the US, but particularly nations in the global south...

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Voices Radio: Judas and the Black Messiah

Voices From the Frontlines Tuesday November 2nd 2021 Updates from the Strategy and Soul Film and Book Club Judas and the Black Messiah NEW AND EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS!!! Are you with us??? The primary conversation will be about Judas and the Black Messiah, and...

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Voices Radio: PAUL ROBESON; Portrait of an Artist!

On this day, Voices From the Frontlines Radio puts our beloved Paul Robeson on his rightful pedestal! Paul Robeson is a writer, scholar, athlete, film star, Pan Africanist, activist, and brilliant vocalist. A person of such magnitude, he and...

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This week on Voices Radio; We hear from Desiree Luckey of URGE.org on Texas’ SB8 abortion bill and Eric talks about Ed Asner

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric and Channing speak with @DesireéLuckey, Director @URGE_org - Unite For Reproductive & Gender Equity, about Texas' new SB 8 anti-abortion law that went into effect last week, and may be a...

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