Article: The Historic 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University

The Historic 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University How a Black United Front in Harlem, the Students’ Afro American Society, and Students for a Democratic Society took on the Columbia University Ruling Class, Mayor John Lindsay, the New York Times, the...

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Voices Radio: A Conversation with Eric Mann, Alan Minsky, and Channing Martinez on the 70th Anniversary of Al Nakba

On May 15th, 2018 Eric Mann, Channing Martinez, and Alan Minsky hosted a KPFK Fund Drive on the 70th Anniversary of Al Nakba, or The Catastrophe in Arabic. In 1948 the new government of Israel, with the support of U.S. President Truman and...

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Three Commemorations: The 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez were in New York this past week (before week of may 1st 2018) celebrating the the 50th Anniversary of the 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University. This Show will be the Story of three Commemorations; 1968...

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Voices Radio: The Historic 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University

Eric will be reading from his article The Historic 1968 Struggle Against Columbia University--How a Black United Front in Harlem, the Students’ Afro American Society, and Students for a Democratic Society took on the Columbia University Ruling Class, Mayor...

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Voices Radio: Strategy Center Block Party & St John Wellness Center

This Week on Voices from the Frontlines Your National Movement Building Show Channing Martinez, the Producer of Voices makes his debut as Co-host speaking about the upcoming Strategy and Soul Community Organizing Block Party on April 14th 2018. In the...

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Voices Radio: The Plot to Kill King & The Obama Inheritance

Eric and Channing talk with Bill (William) F. Pepper about his latest book, The Plot to Kill King, where he removes the vail of secrecy regarding some of the lesser-known details of Dr. King's assassination, including Dr. Bill Pepper's...

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