Leah Giannantonio

#NJRR Live: Back to School? NJ and Other States Lay Out Plans to Open Schools During a Pandemic

We begin by remembering Mimi Soltysik with his brother Steve. Mimi was a prominent figure in Socialist Party US and ran as their Presidential nominee. He lost his battle with cancer this past week at only 45 years old.

Then, Badass Teacher Melissa Tomlinson joins us to talk about Coronavirus safety concerns and the environment out kids are expected to learn in.

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#NJRR Live: Essential Oil? Homeowners Deal With Pipeline Damage

Welcome to the #NJRR Live Show, which is dedicated to the mission of fostering art and activism. Tonight our host Brian Powers is excited to welcome guest host Kim Meudt from the Green Party and special guest Agnes Marsala from People over Pipelines!

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#NJRR Live #Black Lives Matter, Whose Message Is It?

Welcome to the NJRR Live Show! #NJRR Live is dedicated to the mission of New Jersey Revolution Radio, which is fostering art and activism. Currently, activists from around the world are stepping up in a way that we have never seen before. Tonight we are honored to welcome guests Kim Meudt and Dr. La’Tesha Sampson!

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#NJRR Live: New Jersey, American, or Global Revolution?

Welcome back to our #NJRR Live Show! We are coming back at you after a hiatus of nearly two months. It’s exciting to be back and we hope to see some familiar faces as well as new ones. Tonight, our special guests are Kim Meudt from the Green Party and Christian Perez from the Modernity and Absurdity podcast.

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#NJRR Live Special Report: Is This Revolution? With Special Guests Afrika and Margaret Kimberley

Margaret Kimberley from the Black Agenda Report joins us with local activists who have been on the ground. Reports from around the state have been pouring in about recent protests! Afrika is an activist with a Sociology degree who has been on the ground in the recent movement.

So, is this a revolution? Afrika says this: nothing has changed so far, only one officer has been charged in the murder of George Floyd so far, and other cops who were also directly responsible are walking the streets. Afrika would not personally go out and be violent, especially not towards small businesses, but he understands that people are angry. People have a right to be angry right now. For years, they’ve lived in a world where the color of their skin puts them in inherent danger. The majority of the people that are on the streets right now are not members of some secret organization. They are community members of color who have lived in oppression their entire lives, and this is their stand.

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