Films From the Frontlines on Voices From the Frontlines – Aired March 10th.

    Eric offers a detailed review of our society as reflected by these two films. Listen to Eric and Channing talk about the film Sorry We Missed You, as they draw out the critical thought that takes place in the...

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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: Eric Mann in Conversation with Zach Norris Author of We Keep Us Safe March 16, 2020 @3pm PST

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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Voices Radio: Eric, in conversation with Yves Piat, Director and Screenwriter of Academy Award nominee, NEFTA Football Club. Bus Riders Union call for action.

Voices from the Frontlines: Conversation with Yves Piat, director and screenwriter “Nefta Football Club–nominated for best short film for Academy Award. Nefta Football Club–nominated for best short film (live action) for Academy Award Eric Mann’s in studio conversation with Yves Piat, director and writer...

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Voices Radio: Eric recaps the MLK Day parade and his article on Dr. Martin Luther King.

  Eric will read sections from his essay, All Hail the Revolutionary King Martin Luther King Jr. and the Black Revolutionary Tradition Review of Parasite by Bong Joon-ho: A brilliant, terrific, pathbreaking film that raises the questions, "Who exactly is the parasite?"...

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Voices Radio: How do we build a movement against assassinations. Defending the humanity of General Soleimani.

As the strongest military power in the world with virtually no history of fighting a war on its own stolen soil, the U.S. is virtually impervious to the consequences of its brutality. The assassination of Iranian General Kasem Soleimani...

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