Voices Radio features and analyses, Invisible Hands, a documentary uncovering child labor in the U.S. and around the world.

Eric, Channing, Kiyana Williams, and Alan Minsky offer their review and analysis of this important documentary. We also hear some clips from the film that feature some shocking elements of this global problem and what actions we, individually, can...

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Voices Radio: We pay tribute to the brilliant, Paul Robeson.

Eric pays tribute to his friend and super hero, Paul Robeson during this KPFK fund drive show on Voices From the Frontlines.  Eric remarks about how magnificent and undefinable Paul Robeson was and still is: Scholar, athlete, film star, baritone...

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Voices Radio: Eric Mann speaks with Jeanette Charles, journalist, organizer, and long-time member of the Chiapas Support Committee. Jeanette talk with us about the U.S. lead coup in Venezuela.

This week: Voices Radio speaks with Jeanette Charles, the daughter of the Haitian Diaspora popular educator, journalist, and organizer, long time member of the Chiapas support committee, and international solidarity liaison with Venezuela Analysis. Jeanette talks to us about the...

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Voices Radio – Eric remembers and honors his good friend Gary Stewart.

This week on Voices From the Frontlines Eric remembers and honors his dear friend Gary Stewart, "Rhino and iTunes music magician, progressive activist, and organizer philanthropist, funny and witty Mensch", and dear friend. Eric reads a blurb that he wrote...

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Voices Radio: Eric offers his revolutionary take on the politics of sports as well as the numbers. Take a listen.

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric talks about sports being the largest cultural intervention in our society, even more than film; for black people, women, people in other countries, etc. The theme of today’s show is "EVERYTHING...

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Voices Radio: Green Book, a Racist Trope, and the Revolutionary Life of Blase Bonpane

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric deconstructs the film, Green Book, and offered us an alternative to the racist narrative portrayed in the film. Eric details the falsehoods told in this film that do nothing more than...

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