Voices Radio: PAUL ROBESON; Portrait of an Artist!

On this day, Voices From the Frontlines Radio puts our beloved Paul Robeson on his rightful pedestal! Paul Robeson is a writer, scholar, athlete, film star, Pan Africanist, activist, and brilliant vocalist. A person of such magnitude, he and...

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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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Voices Radio: Eric, in conversation with Yves Piat, Director and Screenwriter of Academy Award nominee, NEFTA Football Club. Bus Riders Union call for action.

Voices from the Frontlines: Conversation with Yves Piat, director and screenwriter “Nefta Football Club–nominated for best short film for Academy Award. Nefta Football Club–nominated for best short film (live action) for Academy Award Eric Mann’s in studio conversation with Yves Piat, director and writer...

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Voices Radio: Eric Mann and Alan Minsky talk about the late great Paul Robeson.

This week on 90.7 FM KPFK, Eric Mann of Voices From the Frontlines offers the Pacifica Rain Archives Paul Robeson compilation, from the Criterion Collection, as well as his book titled Playbook For Progressives; The 16 Qualities of a...

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Voices Radio talks about Eric’s new Sports and Revolution blog.

Eric talks about his new blog called Sports and Revolution. Today Eric talks about the NBA, the New York Knicks specifically, support for Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Black Brain Trust, The Lakers, and invites callers like Ruth, and our good...

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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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