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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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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The 100th Anniversary of the October Revolution: the Great Breakthrough in Anti-Imperialist Socialism

Read this Article on Greanville Post “History cannot ignore W.E.B. Dubois. It is time to cease muting the fact that Dr. Dubois was a genius who chose to become a Communist.” — Dr. Martin Luther King “Whatever has happened to Stalin, gentlemen,...

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A Conversation with Comrade in Struggle: Thandisizwe Chimurenga

Eric Mann and Channing Martinez will host a conversation with Comrade in Struggle: Thandisizwe Chimurenga. They'll be discussing Thandi's essay Some Thoughts on White Supremacy and Jesus as Bread and Circuses published in Why Don't the Poor Rise Up? Thandi is a freelance journalist based...

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