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- @RevRadNat Special Report: Activists are being silenced. What is law enforcement doing? January 16, 2021
- The Idavox Report: Who was there? Mapping the fascists who went to DC. January 14, 2021
- #NJRR Live: “Getting The Shot” Resistance to Vaccinations December 21, 2020
- #NJRR Live: Mutual Aid Locally Peace Missions Globally December 18, 2020
- NJRR Live: Immigration under Biden: Democrats Goose Stepping With ICE December 14, 2020
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The Labor Movement is Untenable Without A Reckoning on the Question of Police Unions: A Personal Perspective
Early this summer, the world watched the uprisings that happened in the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and others. The labor movement was left with the question of what to do. Dozens of unions reaffirmed a commitment to racial justice, and labor councils voted on the question of whether or not to expel police unions. Richard Trumka, the head of the AFL-CIO, notably sidestepped calls to disaffiliate with police unions, stating instead that many police officers today are “community friendly.” Now, as we near the end of September, the question of police unions and their place in the labor movement presents itself again as the nation is grappling with the decision in Breonna Taylor’s case. By indicting only officer Brett Hankinson on three counts of wanton endangerment for the bullets that entered Taylor’s neighbor’s apartment, it is becoming even more plain that our legal system cares more about apartment walls than black lives and bodies.
April 26, 2020An Editorial By Kevin “Rashid” Johnson Since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the U.S., officials have demonstrated incompetence and indifference in response to the...
Just last week, I attended a presentation by the NJ Attorney General about the rising levels of bias crimes and antisemitism in NJ. This comes in the wake of NJ Officials raising our threat level to high from white supremacist and extremist groups following the shooting in Jersey City. NJ isn’t unique in this respect. In 2018, A Pittsburgh man murdered 11 people in a synagogue because he believed George Soros was controlling a migrant caravan in a scheme to destabilize society and slaughter “patriots” like him.
Little Egg Harbor, NJ – Community members gathered outside of the Board of Education meeting at Pinelands Regional Junior High School on February 19th at 4:30 pm to ‘Show the Love’ for LGBTQ+ students and the new curriculum.
With “The Journey to Me” NJRR Productions looks to make a documentary film consisting of a mixture of archival photos, interviews, verité, and re-enactments.
Through the telling of Blake’s story the we explore universal themes of sexuality, religion, love, and self-acceptance. The Fundamental question asked throughout the entirety of the film is the universal question.