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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Voices Radio: Eric and Channing honor and pay a heartfelt tribute to the great John Lewis and Julian Bond! Eric and Channing also have a wonderful reunion with Voices listeners.

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, I had a wonderful reunion with some Voices listeners, and as we celebrate the life and mourn the death of civil rights giant John Lewis, I choose to also celebrate the life...

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Voices Radio: Mumia Abu-Jamal and Eric Mann on Metacide and Channing Martinez on the YJC led coalition

We hear two of Voices From the Frontlines greatest conversations with Mumia Abu Jamal about the Manticide of the youth, followed by a report by Channing Martinez from the Youth Justice Coalition (YJC) and the treatment of people in...

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Films From the Frontlines on Voices From the Frontlines – Aired March 10th.

    Eric offers a detailed review of our society as reflected by these two films. Listen to Eric and Channing talk about the film Sorry We Missed You, as they draw out the critical thought that takes place in the...

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Voices Radio: Eric, in conversation with Yves Piat, Director and Screenwriter of Academy Award nominee, NEFTA Football Club. Bus Riders Union call for action.

Voices from the Frontlines: Conversation with Yves Piat, director and screenwriter “Nefta Football Club–nominated for best short film for Academy Award. Nefta Football Club–nominated for best short film (live action) for Academy Award Eric Mann’s in studio conversation with Yves Piat, director and writer...

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Voices Radio: Eric recaps the MLK Day parade and his article on Dr. Martin Luther King.

  Eric will read sections from his essay, All Hail the Revolutionary King Martin Luther King Jr. and the Black Revolutionary Tradition Review of Parasite by Bong Joon-ho: A brilliant, terrific, pathbreaking film that raises the questions, "Who exactly is the parasite?"...

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