Voice 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: In Conversation with LCSC Students: Gionna, Kassandra, & Angeles

Five Strategy Center organizers in conversation  Taking our practice to the level of theory Building Black and Latinx student leaders in a multi-racial, multi-generational organization May 5, 2020 @3pm PST Eric Mann and Channing Martinez host an organizers conversation with Gionna Magdelano, Angeles...

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Voices Radio: Conversation with Dr. Melina Abdullah Professor of Pan African Studies Co-Founder,Black Lives Matter L.A. Aired April 14, 2020 @3pm PST

The Covid Virus and the Attack on Black People in Amerika The victory of Students Deserve. BLMLA, the LAUSD Board and Superintendent Austin Beutner— Agreeing on Universal Passage for all Students for All Classes and Move to Graduation The Bus Riders Union...

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Voices Radio: Eric Mann in Conversation with Zach Norris Author of We Keep Us Safe – Aired March 17, 2020

Eric will be in conversation with Zach Norris, author of the new book We Keep Us Safe: Building Secure, Just, and Inclusive Communities, an investigation of new ideas in ending the prison system and the mass incarceration of Black and...

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#TODAY ON VOICES RADIO: We Continue our admiration for and engagement with Ava DuVernay’s Brilliant When They See US

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez will continue their appreciation, interrogation, and extension of Now They See Us into the realm of demand development We Charge the U.S. with Genocide for Crimes Against Black People--again and again No Police on MTA Buses...

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#TODAY ON VOICES RADIO: Honoring the Life of Gary Stewart Rhino and I Tunes Music Magician, Progressive Activist, Organizer, and Philanthropist, Funny, Witty, Mensch, and Dear Friend

Gary Stewart, a good friend to so many, died last week at 62, with so much more important work he was needed to do. He left the love, admiration, and heartbreak of so many civil rights, environmental, justice, Black,...

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