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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Voices Radio: Countdown to the 2020 Elections and what it means for the Black and Latino Communities.

Eric and Channing host a conversation on the national conversation around the upcoming elections. Trump, Joe Biden and his the newly announced Vice Presidential running mate, Kamala Harris, and the Democrats have all put out clear and dangerous agenda's...

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TODAY ON VOICES RADIO: Biden, Trump, the Democrats, and The Movement for Black Demands

Eric and Channing will host a conversation on the national conversation around the upcoming elections. Trump, Joe Biden, and the Democrats have all put out clear and dangerous agenda's for the country, where is the movements national agenda. We think...

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This week on Voices Radio; Eric and Channing are in conversation with Victor Grossman: A Socialist Defector and author, living in Germany

An amazing conversation with an amazing man who has lived an amazing life and written 2 amazing books In 1952, a Communist, a Jew, and a U.S. soldier stationed in Germany, fearing imprisonment under the McCarren Act if he returned,...

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An amazing conversation with an amazing man who has lived an amazing life and written 2 amazing books In 1952, a Communist, a Jew, and a U.S. soldier stationed in Germany, fearing imprisonment under the McCarren Act if he returned,...

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