Voices Radio: Justice For Jacob Blake — The Challenge to Our Movement

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez explore The Black Movement with this week’s Voices guests, Justin Blake, Tanya McLean, and Gregory Bennett Jr. As an uncle, a family friend, and an organizer of Peace in the Streets Kenosha, our guests are...

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Voices Radio: Justice for Jacob Blake–The Challenge to Our Movement

Today, on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric Mann and Channing Martinez will be exploring The Black Movement. Together, they will examine the shooting of Jacob Blake, and the subsequent aftermath in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This week's Voices guests, are Justin Blake, Tanya McLean, and Gregory Bennett...

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Voices Radio: An Organizer’s Introduction to the Progressive Anti-Trump Organizations Aired Sept 22, 2020

This afternoon, Eric Mann will speak on the terror of the new Supreme Court, the daily terror that Black people face, the challenges of the 2020 election, and the struggle for countervailing power on Voices from the Frontlines.   Eric will...

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Voices Radio: 2020 Elections and What’s at Stake for Peace

Eric Mann in Conversation with Reese Erlich The 2020 elections -- What is at stake for those who want peace and non-U.S. intervention with China, Russia, Venezuela, Iran, and the Third World September 29, 2020 | 3PM PST September 29th at 6pm is the debate...

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Eric in Conversation with Maria Elena Durazo on SB 1257- OSHA Rights for Domestic Workers Listen Now

Voices from the Frontlines is Excited to Feature State Senator Maria Elena Durazo in Conversation about the bill she introduced SB 1257 that grants Occupational and Safety Rights to Domestic Workers. Right now the bill Is in front of Governor Gavin Newsome...

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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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