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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Voices Radio: June 16, 2020 The Magical Manifestation of the Too Black to Fail Revolutionary Movement

In June of 2020 a group of Black and Third World revolutionaries, from Harlem, South Central, Minneapolis, Cape Town, London, Beijing, Caracas, Havana, met in Nairobi, Kenya at a clandestine strategy meeting. Already in deep dialogue, one of the...

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Celebrating the Life Of Julian Bond

On this nationally broadcast two hour special show host Eric Mann, along with author, filmmaker, and former Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veteran Judy Richardson , and Clay Carson African-American professor of history at Stanford University, and director...

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Mississippi Freedom Summer Report Back with Manuel Criollo

Manuel Criollo and several members of The Labor Community Strategy Center recently joined hundreds of civil rights veterans, activists, and organizers at the Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary in Jackson Mississippi. The conference was...

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Mississippi Freedom Summer: Hollis Watkins

Hollis Watkins, chair of the Mississippi Freedom Summer Conference is a Civil Rights veteran who has been in the struggle for Civil Rights since the 1960's. In this interview Watkins tells a dynamic and captivating recollection of the Civil Rights...

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Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary

Live from the 50th Anniversary celebration for the Mississippi Freedom Summer. Today Voices Radio will be welcoming Judy Richardson and Clayborne Carson as they give the background of the anniversary and what it meant for Civil Rights. Aired on...

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