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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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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The Peacefulness of the Long Distance Revolutionary: A Film Review by Eric Mann

December 2012 Long Distance Revolutionary: a Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal, is a compelling documentary about a riveting historical figure—a passionate, partisan, and persuasive intervention in the not at all “free marketplace of ideas.” Mumia Abu Jamal is the most famous...

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Mumia Abu Jamal: On his biggest political influences and the political “mentacide” of today’s youth

Mumia Abu-Jamal is an American political prisoner currently serving a life sentence for an alleged murder of a Philadelphia police officer. Incarcerated since 1981, in a trial that was plagued with blatant judicial disregard, Mumia was originally sentenced to...

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Mumia Abu Jamal

Aired September 4th, 2012 Click here to download. Mumia Abu-Jamal  discusses black political thought, the great thinkers, movement builders, decolonization of the mind, his biggest political influences and political "menticide" of today's youth. Mumia Abu-Jamal is an American political prisoner currently serving a life...

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