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The IDAVOX Report Live 4- 27 - 2021

We’ve talked about Dave Grossman and his Killology police trainings on the show before. This week, Daryle Lamont Jenkins will be exploring just how dangerous this man and his teachings are and the terrible effects they’ve had on the country. Let’s take a look into police culture in America.

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#NJRR Live: Qualified Immunity and Police Accountability

Host Brian Powers welcomes Bennett Zurofsky to talk about the laws surrounding police accountability and how we can revolutionize the system. Plus! A movie review with Belisha Beacon on...

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The IDAVOX Report: Minneapolis and Policing

Tonight’s #Idavox Report features our usual panel of Daryle, Brian, and Christian! This week, we’re reacting to the breaking news that Derek Chauvez was found guilty on all three...

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#NJRR Live: A Global Panel

Brian Powers and Co-Host Christian Perez are joined by Bahman Azad, and our new comrade Vijay Prashad both from the US Peace Council to talk about international affairs...

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The IDAVOX Report : Rudy Giuliani’s Racist Legacy

Join Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Christian Perez, and Brian Powers They discuss the racist legacy left behind by disgraced New York ex-mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Plus, Daryle tells us about a...

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#NJRR​ Live: “Grass”roots Activism with Sanjay Chaudhari

Tonight we interview Sanjay Chaudhari "Horticulturalist, Economist, Environmentalist, Geneticist, Trader, Healer, Activist ,Dreamer, Jedi" or as we know him, a cannabis activist who yells with and at Brian...

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#NJRR Live with Christian Perez

Join Christian and Brian Powers as they recap a busy year in activism and politics. @RevRadNat Special reports and revolutionary politics.

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The Idavox Report: An Interview With Serbian Antifascist Tanja Vasic

Revolution Radio is back this week! The first thing we have lined up for you is an interview with an antifascist from Serbia. She has a lot of information...

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The #Idavox​ Report: Antifascists Unite!

Join Daryle along with a panel of Brian Powers and Christian Perez as he discusses seminars he attended with antifascists in Germany last week and Norway the other day!

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@RevRadNat Special Reports: The American Political Cult

QAnon is in the headlines, but political cults are not new. @RevRadNat Special Reports brings you Dr. La'Tesha Sampson and Christian Perez to talk about the American Political Cult....

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#NJRR​ Live: 15 When?

Join 3 veteran organizers who have been fighting for a raise of the minimum wage for too long, from the early days of the Seattle victory to the current...

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The Idavox Report March 16, 2021: Nneka Howell & The Color of Play

Join Daryle Lamont Jenkins as he talks to author Nneka Howell about her book, The Color of Play, an amazing work that will help children understand the multifaceted culture...

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#NJRR​ Live: Racism In Writing with Teka

#NJRR​ Live is back for another great episode with Teka, A writer with no fear of calling out the wrongs in our system. This woman of a million...

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