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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Voices Radio speaks with Claude Marks and Nathaniel Moore from Freedom Archives, about George Jackson.

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric and Channing speak with Claude Marks and Nathaniel Moore of the Freedom Archives, about the life and legacy of George Jackson. We celebrate Jackson on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. George...

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THIS WEEK ON VOICES RADIO: Eric dissects a Jacobin article featuring their failure in accepting Fred Hampton’s humanity!

“What kind of a police state we live in, that the FBI is in every organization, that everyones phone is tapped, that any organization is infiltrated by its very nature, and its virtually impossible to carry out good work...

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Cold War Truth Commission virtual event; This Sunday 1pm-8pm. Eric Mann in Conversation with Frank Dorrel & Rachel Bruhnke

IMPORTANT!!! Hey family! DO NOT MISS this virtual event this Sunday, March 21, 2021 from 1:00pm - 8:00pm. I know it's long, but so is the amount of time that the US has been warring against the world with YOUR...

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Voices Radio: Eric on The DNC, The RNC, and the Movement Channing’s review of LoveCraft Country

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Channing gives us an in-depth review of the film LoveCraft Country; a film about the racist 1950's in Chicago. Moreover, the show speaks to imperialist nature and culture of the United States...

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