Month: September 2018

No One is Paying Me, But Who Cares, I’m a Black Woman, and I Can Fix Everything.

Editorial By L@rk Lo I remember back when I had my newspaper and a blog and commented on Laist for making a comment on the coverage of Watts that was not only plagiarized from Wikipedia with photos from a moving car, but was also amazingly racist. I was called a stupid bitch and banned from…

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The CIA Democrats- An Interview With Patrick Martin of WSWS

Our guest on the #NJRR Livestream this week is Patrick Martin, a Senior Political writer for the World Socialist Web Site and a member of the National Committee of the Socialist Equality Party in the United States. He has been an active participant in the socialist movement for more than 45 years. In this interview…

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The CIA Democrats- An Interview With Patrick Martin of WSWS
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Diane Moxley Endorsed by Socialist Party of New Jersey

Socialists in New Jersey are sticking together. Diane Moxley is running on the Green Party ticket for Congress in CD-7 and she has received the endorsement of the Socialist Party of New Jersey. John Palmucci joins us to talk about how SP supports electoral politics and why Diane is someone who can represent the Greens…

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Diane Moxley Endorsed by Socialist Party of New Jersey
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Modernity And Absurdity Episode 1: Introduction

Modernity and Absurdity with Christian Perez brings commentary on a range of issues including current events, history, politics and culture.

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Modernity And Absurdity Episode 1: Introduction
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Camden Residents Deal With Dangerous Water While American Water Profits

New Jersey American Water is in the business of privatizing water and Camden residents have paid the price while they make millions and influence politics.

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Camden Residents Deal With Dangerous Water While American Water Profits
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Red Wine With L@rk And Joe the Worker.

L@rk Lo and Joe the Worker discuss IWW, labor, and the working class on the debut episode of Red Wine. We are all workers, the unemployed are unemployed workers.

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Red Wine With L@rk And Joe the Worker.
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Devon Bowers

Devon Bowers from the Hampton Institute joins #NJRR for the second time. Devon was on our Racism in Media Panel and has now contributed to our network with The Hampton Institutes “A Different Lense” podcast John McCain Death and Politics.  Devon talks about his family history of activism and transitioning from writing to doing a podcast. Check…

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Devon Bowers
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An Elected Green and Activist Jessica Clayton

A teacher, mom, school board member, and Green Party activist. Jessica talks about how her grassroots campaign started from caring about making sure children are treated with respect in schools.

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An Elected Green and Activist Jessica Clayton
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Absurdity and Modernity: Episode 8-Ron Rivers From Our Society

Ron Rivers, the founder of Our Society defines the project as a Free and open election campaign platform and a social movement. Our Society is something for all American citizens but with a focus on younger voters. Our Society is aware of the role technology plays in our everyday lives and is a project that…

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John McCain, Death, and Politics

On the 100th episode of A Different Lens, we sit down with national co-chair of the Green Party, Andrea Merida, and post-doctoral fellow and friend of the show, Bryant William Sculos, to discuss the recent death of John McCain and have a larger conversation about how we talk about people after they die, especially politicians…

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Organizers Discuss Mistakes Made

We have all made mistakes! Organizers are no exceptions to that rule. When you make a mistake you do not want to repeat it, organizers do not want others to make those same mistakes either

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Organizers Discuss Mistakes Made
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Absurdity & Modernity Episode 6 – Peter Jacob

Peter Jacob was the Democratic candidate for NJ’s 7th Congressional district in the 2016 election. A social worker by trade, Peter was inspired to run for office by Senator Bernie Sanders. Through hard work and perseverance Peter has carved out a place for himself among NJ’s top progressive leaders. Unlike so many of his Democratic…

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Absurdity & Modernity Episode 6 – Peter Jacob
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Smashing Liberalism and Ableism

Jeremy spends time with Brian talking about how he wants to take on corporate media, the lack of accessibility that he and others face, and the capitalist system that creates these barriers. Jeremy’s analysis of how material conditions created by our society directly affect him and millions of others helps provide insight into daily struggles.

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Sierra Club Confuses Environmentalists

In this short episode, Heather joins Brian in a rant about the Sierra Club. The Sierra Club is one of the nation’s largest environmentalism groups. Heather works through the phases of grief about their recent endorsement of Jeff Van Drew. JVD has a 19% rating from Clean Water Action, yet confusingly The Sierra Club chose…

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Sierra Club Confuses Environmentalists
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Charlie Kratovil to Celebrate Labor Day by Announcing Plan to Raise Wages

Independent Mayoral Candidate Charlie Kratovil will announce a plan to raise wages for New Brunswick Monday, September 3 1:00pm outside the Rutgers Public Safety Building (intersection of Commercial Avenue and George Street the following is his campaign press statement. As of July 1, New Brunswick’s city government employed nearly 150 workers at wages of less…

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