Month: September 2019

Send Your Message to Trenton As Students Rally Against NJ S4001/ NJ A5755

New Jersey Revolution Radio supports the organizations calling for a stop to the bills in Trenton meant to stifle speech critica…

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Toms River “Hate Has a Home Here” Coalition Forming

New Jersey Revolution Radio began investigating Toms River when a racist school board member remained in his seat of power after outcry from the pu….

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Press Release: New Jersey Revolution Radio Announces the Kickoff of Community Cannabis Forums

Shows Will Feature Ed “NJ Weedman” Forchion and Others from the grassroots media network. Starting in Newark on September 25….

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Investigation Pending Into The Death of Mays Landing Man in Police Custody

During the afternoon of Monday September 16th a chilling Facebook post began circulating in the Atlantic County Community. It told the horrifying tale of Mario Terruso, a Mays Landing man who died in police custody early Monday morning. The post was dictated by a fellow detainee, Mr Alan Wright, to his wife over the phone…

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Activists Gather In Atlantic City to Address Community Flooding Issues

Activists gathered in Lagoon Park in Atlantic City to discuss flooding issues in their community on Tuesday. Their concerns include: that families still aren’t home after Sandy, regular flooding has become more frequent throughout the entire community, and that we don’t have enough mitigation efforts happening or affordable protection from flooding.  New Jersey Organizing Project,…

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Activists March For A Moratorium

Activists from across New Jersey are marching to to Trenton from a compressor station. Today is especially timely since it is the last day to comment on Governor Murphy’s Energy Master Plan, which fell woefully short of his campaign promises. The activists will arrive in Trenton approximate 3:30, where they will have a second rally….

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Daryle Lamont Jenkins Announces National Days Of Unity

Fascists were trying to brand themselves in town, but lost the battle. Senior Organizer, Heather Warburton, Daryle and others led a counter-prote…

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