This week on Voices: Eric and Channing spend the hour with Marcy Winograd.

Today on Voices From the Frontlines, we have Marcy Winograd, Coordinator of @codepink Congress, former KPFK News Director, Co-Founder of Progressive Caucus of the California Democratic Party, and Militarism and Foreign Policy Blogger with  Marcy Winograd, LA Progressive. Marcy also...

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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: Part 2 of George Jackson Prison Rights Movement, and 99 Books; featuring excerpts from Angela Davis.

We hear from Eric Mann speaking about his book Comrade George, and another excerpt from Angela Davis on her thoughts on George Jackson. Opening the show we hear a ballad from Matt Callahan and Yvonne Moore who wrote 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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Voices Radio: The Podcast interview with Mary Louise Patterson on her book and childhood with Black revolutionaries.

This week on Voices Radio: The Podcast is this incredibly important interview with Mary Louise Patterson. She spoke with Eric Mann, Channing Martinez, and Barbara Lott-Holland about her book that she co-authored with Evelyn Louise Crawford, Letters From Langston; From the Harlem...

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Voices Radio: George Jackson, Black Panther, Author, Political Prisoner, Friend and Comrade of Eric Mann

"I came to know George Jackson in my own life as a political prisoner. On September 25, 1969, as part of the Boston Weatherman above ground collective, we organized a militant demonstration against the Harvard Center for International Affairs....

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