This Week On Voices Radio July 27th 2021: Vaccines into South LA, The Third World and Beyond

This Week on Voices from the Frontlines: Vaccines into South LA, The Third World and Beyond Tuesday | July, 26, 2021 | 3 PM PST This week on Voices from the Frontlines, We'll be joined in conversation with Adrienne Bambou to speak...

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Eric, Barbara, & Channing in Conversation w/ Marylouise Patterson Author of Letters from Langston

Today on Voices from the Frontlines: We are honored to host MaryLouise Patterson Co-editor, along with Evelyn Louise Crawford, of Letters from Langston: from the Harlem Renaissance to the Red Scare and Beyond Tuesday June 29th, 2021 | 3 PM PST Historic correspondence...

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Voices Radio: June 15 2021 The Metro Poison pills trying to kill fareless transportation

MTA promises with implanted poison pills to Kill Fareless Transportation Tuesday June 15, 2021 | 3 PM PST Tune into voices tomorrow June 15th at 3pm for a conversation with Eric Mann, Channing Martinez, and Barbara Lott-Holland on the details of...

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Voices Radio: Eric on The Struggle against white fascists

Ch It's time that the Civil Rights Movement once again confronts the Democrats and leads the fight against white fascists. "So let's get it straight. Armed white fascists can protest, but the Civil Rights Movement cannot "counter-protest?" So much for painting...

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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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