Voices Radio: Jonah Raskin and NO MTA Police Expansion

In this episode of Voices from the Frontlines, Eric Mann talks with Jonah Raskin, a long-time comrade and friend, marijuana author and advocate. Raskin is a veteran of the Civil Rights Movement, the Ban the Bomb Movement, the environmental...

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Too Black to Fail Rebroadcast

Hello Voices listeners, Happy to be back for a hopeful new year -- less Trump, more Biden, and a lot more BLACK/LATINX/THIRD WORLD REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT BUILDING! Towards that end, we present, and re-present Too Black to Fail—a radio play, future theater...

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Eric Mann on the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015

And the Struggle with Obama, Biden, and Kerry Today A letter from Eric Mann on this episode: Voices Readers, As Joe Biden appoints John Kerry as “special envoy for climate” I urge you to read my article, written 5 years ago at...

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Voices Radio: Paul Robeson before The House Committee on Un-American Activities Inside the Victory to Defund LA School Police

In 1949 Paul Robeson was forced to testify in front of the House Committee on Un-American Activities Committee (disgusting just by its name) but Robeson turned the tables and put them and the whole country on trial. In our...

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Voices Radio: June 16, 2020 The Magical Manifestation of the Too Black to Fail Revolutionary Movement

In June of 2020 a group of Black and Third World revolutionaries, from Harlem, South Central, Minneapolis, Cape Town, London, Beijing, Caracas, Havana, met in Nairobi, Kenya at a clandestine strategy meeting. Already in deep dialogue, one of the...

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Transformative Organizing in the Age of Trump

January 05, 2017 By Eric Mann I begin with my punchline—the road to defeating Donald Trump is to confront the treachery of the Democratic Party, including that of President Obama and Hillary Clinton—that created the conditions for his election. It is the...

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