Voices Radio: 2019’s Left Coast Forum: The Centrality of Race and the Urgency of Movement-Building. Tune in to hear more about the forum and how you can participate.

Left Coast Forum The Centrality of Race and the Urgency of Movement-Building Friday to Sunday, October 11-13, 2019 Where: Occidental College, 1600 Campus Road, Los Angeles Register: https://lcf-19-tickets.eventbrite.com Keynote speakers include Marianne Williamson, Melina Abdullah, Sonali Kolhatkar, Mario Solis Marich, Dominique DiPrima, and Lisa...

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Voices Radio: Tuen in to hear the latest about Amazon, in this weeks episode; Amazon Watch.

We are honored to have Altossa Soltani, Amazon Watch founder and board president today on the show! Take a look at our correspondence with Amazon Watch for today's show. Fight the Fascist Fires in Brazil Take Action Thursday September 5 at...

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Voices Radio: Eric Mann and Alan Minsky talk about the late great Paul Robeson.

This week on 90.7 FM KPFK, Eric Mann of Voices From the Frontlines offers the Pacifica Rain Archives Paul Robeson compilation, from the Criterion Collection, as well as his book titled Playbook For Progressives; The 16 Qualities of a...

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Voices Radio: Support the Strong Soul Sisters

If you missed this week's episode on KPFK 90.7 FM, catch up on the conversation now by listening to our podcast!  About This Week's Episode:  This week on Voices, Eric & Channing discussed the racist book-ends of Nancy Pelosi and Donald...

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Voices Radio: Snapshots from the (Un) Democratic Debates

Eric and Channing GO DEEP, analyzing the presidential candidates and their massive shortcomings and narrow-minded, white, racist, imperialist, and nationalist perspectives!!! This conversation is SO important to get involve in. The lives of all living things (people, animals, and our...

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Voices Radio: A CELEBRATION of ART KUNKIN’S LIFE

Eric and Channing speak with Anna Kunkin, daughter of journalist, political organizer, and founder of the Los Angeles Free Press, Art Kunkin, about her father's triumphs and legacy in society and media during a particularly socially tremulous era. Anna...

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