Voices Radio speaks with Claude Marks and Nathaniel Moore from Freedom Archives, about George Jackson.

This week on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric and Channing speak with Claude Marks and Nathaniel Moore of the Freedom Archives, about the life and legacy of George Jackson. We celebrate Jackson on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. George...

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Today On Voices Radio: FREE KEVIN “RASHID” JOHNSON AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS

Today on Voices from the Frontlines:  FREE KEVIN “RASHID” JOHNSON AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS Eric Mann and Channing Martinez in Conversation with Shupavu Wa Kirima, General Secretary of the Revolutionary Intercommunal Black Panther Party, and close friend and comrade of Rashid’s Tuesday August, 10, 2021...

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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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Voices Radio: We speak with James Burke on his campaigning in NY

Eric Mann is in conversation with James Burke about lessons learned from the Just-Concluded New York City Mayor and City Council Elections: On June 22nd, New Yorkers voted across the state in primary races New York City the largest city council in...

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Voices Radio: The Podcast interview with Mary Louise Patterson on her book and childhood with Black revolutionaries.

This week on Voices Radio: The Podcast is this incredibly important interview with Mary Louise Patterson. She spoke with Eric Mann, Channing Martinez, and Barbara Lott-Holland about her book that she co-authored with Evelyn Louise Crawford, Letters From Langston; From the Harlem...

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Voices Radio: George Jackson, Black Panther, Author, Political Prisoner, Friend and Comrade of Eric Mann

"I came to know George Jackson in my own life as a political prisoner. On September 25, 1969, as part of the Boston Weatherman above ground collective, we organized a militant demonstration against the Harvard Center for International Affairs....

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