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@RevRadNat Special Report: Activists are being silenced. What is law enforcement doing?

Brian Powers welcomes Revolution Radio editorial board member Bennet Zurofsky Esq. to discuss our constitutional rights and try to get an idea of why law enforcement is questioning our comrades and Facebook is tearing down activist activity.

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The Idavox Report: Who was there? Mapping the fascists who went to DC.

Join Daryle Lamont-Jenkins of One People’s Project, Brian Powers, Christian Perez and more as we update you on current events including a rundown of the politics and the groups tied to racist violence in Washington DC.

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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.

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#NJRR Special Reports: A Tribute to Kevin Zeese on New Jersey Revolution Radio

Kevin Zeese was a giant on the independent left. #NJRR joins with all of his friends, family, and comrades who mourn his sudden passing. Here is a compilation of his contributions to our network. We remember his legacy in solidarity. Rest in power comrade.

Start – Part 1 #NJRR Live: A Special Panel on Venezuela January 30, 2019
00:39:55 – Part 2 Back From Venezuela: A Report From The US Peace Council Delegation March 21, 2019
01:43:49 – Part 3 The US War Empire: A Panel Discussion May 28, 2019

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#NJRR Live: The Young EcoSocialists a Green Youth Led Movement

Justin has a political awareness most adults do not. At 16 he is engaged in work for Puerto Rican Liberation, Economic Equality and a host of others across the “Lefty” spectrum. He came to the Greens after learning more about our anti- war candidates and policies. He organizes with the Young Ecosocialists in New Jersey. Justin talks about the politics for young people and how social media links the new activists.

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#NJRR Live Special Episode With Brian and Heather featuring Laurie Endicott and Crystal Mor

Crystal Mor, an organizer from Pennsylvania with a passion for social issues, talks about problems related to incarceration. For example, the United States has 5% of the world’s population but 25% of the world’s prison population. People are released from prison alone and with no resources or direction, leading to death and re-arrest. Through our broken justice system, people are constantly being brought into correctional facilities. This has resulted in the spread of coronavirus through facilities, and it will continue if nothing changes.

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#NJRR Live With Diane and Brian: Community Responses During The Crisis

Diane and Brian look around New Jersey and the world to bring you this weekly stream every Wednesday at 8pm on our social media feeds. This week….

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#NJRR Live: Immigration and Incarceration During the Health Crisis

Welcome back Kathy O’Leary of PAX Christi NJ and Justice Rountree of Poetry 360 Night and voice for Social Justice. We also welcome for the first time Allegra Love, executive director of the Santa Fe Dreamers Project in New Mexico.

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#NJRR Live: Mutual Aid During the Pandemic

During isolation #NJRR live reminds everyone to remain safe. Wash your hands, stay a safe distance from other people! Now lets talk mutual aid…

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#NJRR Live: Covad-19 and Independent Media

We are in the midst of strange times with Covad-19 spreading globally. Some estimates as of this podcast are in millions of people getting infected, and the death toll is continuing an exponential increase. Laurie Endicott-Thomas author of “No More Measles- The Truth About Vaccines and Your Health”

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Greens Deal With Dems In Ct.

Green Party of Connecticut activists Rolf Maurer and Cora Santaguida talk about their recent article exposing the Democratic Party trying to influence Green Party business.

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NJ Is Sorry For Cory Booker

#WTF With is Going On Pat and Brian Recorded 2/4/2019 The two guys have some catching up to do after a long break. The establishment has been screwing with Pats travel plans. We also got a crappy minimum wage bill passes, and New Jersey apologizes for Cory Booker. Enjoy!

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#NJRR Live: A Special Panel on Venezuela

The United States has joined with other nations to support a coup in Venezuela. We have brought together a panel to “cut through the propaganda.”

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#WTF With Henry and Brian

Recorded Jan 11, 2019 #NJRR Live With our comrade Pat Noble stuck at work, we are very lucky to have Henry “Hank” Green join us to fill in and start us off by asking, what the fuck is going on in Atlantic City? Hank has spent a lot of time as a community activist and…

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“Conspiracy Theory 101” With Christian Perez

Modernity and Absurdity’s Christian Perez talks about modern and historic conspiracy theory Live in Hammonton. What is “real conspiracy”? What is “theory”?

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#NJRR Live: George Norcross, A Love Story

Recorded January 11, 2019 in Hammonton Political boss George Norcross runs too much. And too few speak out about how his iron grip on New Jersey politicians affects real communities. New Jersey Revolution Radio hosts a panel of South Jersey Residents who want a change from rule under an oligarch. We are excited to bring…

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#NJRR Live With Diane Moxley and Extinction Rebellion

This week Christina See from Extinction Rebellion joins us to talk about the global resistance that is forcing governments to save the planet.

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#NJRR Live With Diane Moxley and Anthony Diaz

“AMP- A Movement of The People” has not gone away since making an electoral splash with a city council run last year. Anthony Diaz says that they are staying in Newark to stay and to make a real difference. Anthony joins Diane Moxley  to talk about the current state of water. Lead in the water in any amount…

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Feeding The Community: A Panel On Helping The Most Needy in NJ.

Daryle Lamont Jenkins joins #NJRR Live to tell us about the Nazis in Princeton, comrades who spend their time feeding their community join Diane Moxley

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#WTF is Going on With Pat and Brian, The End of Year Wrap Up of Democratic Party Failures.

The teaser of the week was the potential that Chris Christie was being considered as a possible Chief of Staff for Donald Trump. That dumpster fire was too hot for former Governor Christie, who will stay retired.

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