Month: April 2018

Johnnie Lattner Newark Green Candidate

Johnnie Lattner talks about his upcoming 2108 School Board run in Newark. 

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Johnnie Lattner Newark Green Candidate
Left Off The Turnpike

 
 
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Brian Interviews New Jersey’s Elected Socialist Pat Noble

Brian Greets Socialist Party’s Pat Noble, a Red Bank School Board Member to talk about being an elected socialist, and his role in building an Anti- Capitalist organization from a national perspective. Of course these two will will always spend some time hating on Democrats. Join a mini reunion of Comrades from 15 Now NJ…

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Brian Interviews New Jersey’s Elected Socialist Pat Noble
#WTF is Going On With Pat and Brian

 
 
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Moms Demand Action Demands Loyalty to a Pro Gun Candidate

Heather and Brian discuss the recent statements by “Moms Demand Action” group in support of Jeff Van Drew, who holds a 100% rating from the NRA. Van Drew imos looking to take the Congressional seat in CD-2. Apparently nobody from the local chapter was even consulted before this announcement was made. Listen on Soundcloud at:…

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Saving 32 Acres Part 2 Update WIth Brian and Jacqui

The struggle has continued in Ocean Township to save valuable undeveloped earth. Jacqui attended a township “Earth Day” event and spoke with locals about joining her in these important efforts. She has gained a following and formed “The Concerned Citizens of Ocean Township” to formalize the campaign under a banner. She held a meeting with…

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NJRR Special Earth Day Forum

Revolution was part of Earth Day from the start. Join our panel hosted by Theresa Markila with Matt Smith from Food and Water Watch, our very own Heather Warburton and Madelyn Hoffman (Director of New Jersey Peace Action) in a discussion about what Earth Day means to them. The group also explores the intersection of…

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On The Rails With Brian: GPNJ & Welfare Reform

From the train station Brian recaps his last 18 months serving on the Green Council and the convention held this past weekend. He also has a message for anyone with an opinion about welfare. Remind yourself that your struggles will make you stronger! #NJRR Listen On Soundcloud Here: Can You Help Build New Jersey Revolution…

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Tomorrow, April 18. Teaneck Peace Vigil. End U.S. Military Intervention in Syria! U.S. troops out of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen! 4-5 pm

Come to the Teaneck Peace Vigil to Protest United States Military Intervention in Syria! Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 4-5 pm National Guard Armory 1799 Teaneck Road, Teaneck Rd and Liberty Rd NJ Transit buses stop right at the armory, lots of parking Demand: U.S. Military Intervention in Syria – NO! Diplomacy – YES! U.S. –…

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Saving 32 Acres- Jacqui Wenzel With Brian and Heather

The township of Ocean New Jersey in Monmouth County is putting profit over people, and the safety of local environment. Our friend Jacqui Wenzel talks about the impact on her community, and Heather Warburton backs up Jackie’s environmental concerns with data about the areas “Impervious Ground Cover” being at critical levels already. You can listen…

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Theresa Markila Interviews Yolanda Johnson and Johnnie Lattner

North Jersey comrade Theresa Markila interviews 2 candidates for Newark School Board. Yolanda Johnson and Johnnie Lattner are activists that are looking to see a more community based school system. They discuss what their vision for our state’s largest city that makes centers for education community centers that offer, not only education, but adult resources…

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Madelyn Hoffman Discusses The Syrian Situation

Madelyn Hoffman takes us back to when the United States began another undeclared, immoral, unjustified” war in Afghanistan. That was 17 years ago, and there is still “No end in sight”. These continued conflicts like actions in Iraq led to ISIS and suicide bombings there. Madelyn draws on a lifetime of peace activism and brings…

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Mission Accomplished?!?!

Diane Moxley is a Green Party Candidate for Congress in CD-7. I condemn the bombing of Syria. We should prioritize diplomatic measures instead of further destabilizing the region through irresponsible and reckless military action. On the eve of the planned arrival of international inspectors in Syria to assess the validity of the allegation that Bashar…

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Interview With Jim Brash- NJRR Regular Contributor and Green Activist!

Things get real, and sometimes a little raunchy when Jim Brash stops in to introduce himself as an NJRR contributor and long time Green. Jim talks about how the party has grown around him and sees NJRR as a way to keep connecting people from around the state. Listen On Sound Cloud:    Podcast Notes:…

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Interview With Tom Violett- Monmouth County Greens

Tom Violett talks about how becoming involved with his church led him to 3 years of service to the Haitian community and what that taught him about organizing. Listen here on Soundcloud. Podcast Notes First organizing with Meadowlands Ministries, ’83-’84, ecumenical group focused on bringing communities into the decision making process for the development of…

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Interview With Madelyn Hoffman – The Syrian Crisis

Listen to an update about the President’s recent comments on Syria and other political discussion about what might happen in the near future with Syria. The situation is serious. Madelyn keeps us informed about the political dynamics that shape the military industrial complex and has to help a gloomy Brian remember that there are actions…

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Fracking Ban Coalition: More than 40,000 Comments Support a Complete Fracking Ban in the Delaware River Watershed

DRBC Release Misleads Public with Underreported Comment Numbers National environmental organizations, anti-fracking groups, community organizations, and residents announced today that their members had submitted at least 40,000 comments to the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) in support of a full ban on fracking and all drillingrelated activities, including wastewater treatment and water withdrawals. The coalition…

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A Movement of The People, Newark City Council Candidates

Listen to a group of housing justice advocates talk about their commitment to the city of Newark! From work with homeless to tenants rights to police reform AMP is running against the machine and for the people! https://soundcloud.com/new-jersey-revolution-radio/interview-with-amp-newark-city-council-candidates  

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Report From A Resident Of Gaza

https://soundcloud.com/new-jersey-revolution-radio/report-from-a-resident-of-gaza Hear our comrade Ahmed talk about his experiences living in Gaza and being at the recent protests.

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Peace Action: Striking Syria Is Dangerous and Illegal

Washington, D.C. — April 9, 2018 — In response to President Trump’s threat of military strikes against Syrian government forces, Kevin Martin, President of Peace Action, released the following statement: “President Trump’s threat to attack Syrian forces in response to a chemical weapons attack is a reckless, knee jerk reaction to a complex and dangerous…

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Green Party Week! Interview with Paterson City Council Candidate Zellie Thomas.

Green Party of New Jersey, Black Lives Matter, and DSA member Zellie Thomas talks about his run for Paterson City Council. He discusses his position of housing justice, public safety, and the teachers strikes going on across the country. Listen below on Soundcloud. https://soundcloud.com/new-jersey-revolution-radio/green-party-week-interview-with-paterson-city-council-candidate-zellie-thomas

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We Are In a Race…And We Are Losing!

Photography Done and Written By Heather Warburton-NJRR Regular Contributor Ranking number one at over 1,200 people per square mile, no one would argue that New Jersey isn’t crowded. What many people don’t know is New Jersey is going to be the first state in the country to be completely built out. Every piece of land…

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