#TODAY ON VOICES RADIO: Honoring the Life of Gary Stewart Rhino and I Tunes Music Magician, Progressive Activist, Organizer, and Philanthropist, Funny, Witty, Mensch, and Dear Friend

Gary Stewart, a good friend to so many, died last week at 62, with so much more important work he was needed to do. He left the love, admiration, and heartbreak of so many civil rights, environmental, justice, Black,...

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Voices Radio: Eric offers his revolutionary take on the politics of sports as well as the numbers. Take a listen.

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric talks about sports being the largest cultural intervention in our society, even more than film; for black people, women, people in other countries, etc. The theme of today’s show is "EVERYTHING...

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#TodayOnVoicesRadio Eric Mann’s Revolutionary Sports Take

OK, OK, It's not really very revolutionary but it could be fun, which is revolutionary in itself. Some subjects for my 35 minute rant--before you call in to pontificate, debate, elate, and hopefully, elevate and ingratiate with our audience. * Why...

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Voices Radio: Green Book, a Racist Trope, and the Revolutionary Life of Blase Bonpane

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric deconstructs the film, Green Book, and offered us an alternative to the racist narrative portrayed in the film. Eric details the falsehoods told in this film that do nothing more than...

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Voices Radio: Channing Martinez film review of Mapplethorpe, Eric Man film review of Captain Fantastic

This week on Voices Radio, Eric and Channing conduct another really great film review on two films that stood out to them in very particular ways, for them, as organizers and more so as people who think deeply and...

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Voices Radio: BOOK SIGNING, POSTPONED!!! We hear from a mother and father and author of Help Me Understand My Child; A Mother’s Truth About Autism. Florence and Charles Bracy.

BOOK SIGNING, POSTPONED!!! Eric and Channing speak with Florence and Charles Bracy, the parents of Brad Bracy, who has autism. Florence takes us through her book, Help Me Understand My Child; A Mother’s Truth About Autism. She walks us through...

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