This week on Voices From the Frontlines with Eric Mann and Channing Martinez.

  This week on Voices From the Frontlines: Channing Martinez who is the Director of Organizing for the Labor Community Strategy Center, joins Eric remotely from the frontlines! In front of the Los Angeles Unified School District headquarters Channing is leading...

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TODAY ON VOICES: Tribute to an Artist, KPFK Fund Drive show

Today, Tuesday, May 18th 2021 at 3PM Eric Mann will be hosting a wonderful fundraising fund drive for Voices from the Frontlines and KPFK. He will be talking about the wonderful life of Paul Robeson, heroic figure in the Black...

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The Space Between Accountability and Abolition; This week on Voices Radio, we recap on the Chauvin conviction.

Today on Voices From the Frontlines, we learn that Derek Chauvin, the finally convicted murderer of our dearly departed George Floyd, charged with three counts of second degree murder. Following the verdict, we outline our organizing efforts and next...

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Voices Radio: The Verdict will drop soon, Justice For George Floyd and recipients of state sponsored genocide

Today on Voices from the Frontlines:  The Verdict will drop soon Justice For George Floyd and all recipients of state sponsored genocide April, 20, 2021 | 3 PM PST   Good Afternoon Voices Listeners! Today on Voices from the Frontlines, We expect that the verdict...

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This week on Voices Radio, we honor our dear friend Reese Erlich!

This week on Voices from the Frontlines: We honor Reese Erlich! Our dear friend Reese helped to initiate the Stop the Draft Week in Oakland, who worked for the Unity Newspaper of the League of Revolutionary Struggle, and became...

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THIS WEEK ON VOICES RADIO: Eric dissects a Jacobin article featuring their failure in accepting Fred Hampton’s humanity!

“What kind of a police state we live in, that the FBI is in every organization, that everyones phone is tapped, that any organization is infiltrated by its very nature, and its virtually impossible to carry out good work...

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