Voices Radio: Justice for Jacob Blake–The Challenge to Our Movement

Today, on Voices From the Frontlines, Eric Mann and Channing Martinez will be exploring The Black Movement. Together, they will examine the shooting of Jacob Blake, and the subsequent aftermath in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This week's Voices guests, are Justin Blake, Tanya McLean, and Gregory Bennett...

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Voices 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: 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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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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What Obama’s Win Means for Movements

"Roberto and I disagreed on whether or not it would be "better if Obama won or not," but we both agree that he is a pro-imperialist president." - Eric Mann  Two days after the election, I made an appearance on Uprising! as a...

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Self-Care, Organizational Care, and Movement-Building

This article was originally posted on Organizing Upgrade on October 8, 2012. It is part of the ongoing conversation on Self and Community Care on Organizing Upgrade.  The discussion in Organizing Upgrade on the relationship of self-care to movement-building, initiated by B....

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