Voices Radio: Defund the Police, The Democrats, Media and LA Bernistas and the Black Community

Eric and Channing host a conversation about the great 2020 Black led rebellions happening now nationwide. Eric speaks about the role of the Media, the Democrats, and Los Angeles Bernie Sanders Supporters in the time of mass protests and...

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Voices Radio: Gregory Jenkins on Climate, COVID 19 and Africa Voices Tribute to Lorraine Hansberry

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez hoist a conversation with Gregory Jenkins on Climate change and COVID 19 in Africa. Gregory Jenkins is a professor of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science, Geography, and African Studies at Penn State University. Dr. Jenkins...

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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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Voices Radio speaks to student organizers, Gionna Magdaleno, Angeles Soriano, and Kassandra Soriano about #NoCarsInLA and free public transportation.

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez host an organizers conversation with Gionna Magdelano, Angeles Soriano, Kassandra Soriano, students at Ouchi High School and Graduates of the Strategy Center's Transformative Organizing Summer Internship Program. Gionna, Angeles, and Kassandra lead the Taking...

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Voices Radio REBROADCASTS a talk with Dr. Melina Abdullah of Black Lives Matter LA.

The Covid-19 Virus and the Attack on Black People in Amerika The victory of Students Deserve. BLMLA, the LAUSD Board and Superintendent Austin Beutner— Agreeing on Universal Passage for all Students for All Classes and Move to Graduation The Bus Riders Union...

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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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