Revolution Radio

Ok Jeff, But Who’s Going to Pay for It?

Trump is coming to Wildwood!!! Depending on which side of the aisle you are on, that phrase either fills you with joy or anger. After the unsurprising party defection of CD-2 Representative Jeff Van Drew, Trump is throwing his support behind the pocket squared congressman. That includes an Air Force One trip to NJ to visit the Wildwood Convention center on January 28th.

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Marx, Firefly, and Joss Whedon

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Philosophy professor and author James Rocha about his analysis of Anarchism, Communism, Libertarianism, and the greatest science fiction show ever produced, Joss Whedon’s “Firefly”

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War With Iran? #NJRR Live Special Report with Bahman Azad

Afghanistan, Iraq, Bolivia, and across the globe the US continues to use violence as the main instrument of foreign policy. Iran has been in the sights….

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NJRR Live: Margaret Kimberley of Black Agenda Report

The Black Agenda Report founder and activist joins us on the holiday to talk about her new book “Predjudential: Black America and The Presidents.” Ma….

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We Are Ready To Revolutionize 2020

New Jersey Revolution Radio created and distributed thousands of pieces of content across a network that continues to expand reach among the activist community and beyond. We understand just how much the corporate media will use media circuses and consumerism to keep focus off the grassroots activism.

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WTF With Pat and Brian : Larry Hamm and Liberals Libbing it Up

Criticism from activists who shun electoral politics and the Dem party is expected. Brian, credits POP with helping him learn activism but says he just cant endorse someone running as a Dem.

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Never Give Up

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews local poet “Ambition”. This multi talented man is a rapper, poet, author, and developed a children clothing line highlighting children of color who love anime. He seeks to inspire people to be the best they can be, and to never give up on yourself. No matter what you are going through, there is a fire in you that needs to be shared.

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Will The Referendum Jeopardize Home Grow?

Even the standard “Reefer Madness” reservations related to health, safety and violence based on the findings of Tell Your Chil…

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A Discussion on The Afghanistan Papers

We are joined by Madelyn Hoffman and Wahid Omar to discuss the major revelations in the Afghanistan Papers. The group also discusses options and philosophy when it comes to ending an unjust war “responsibly”.

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US Imperialism and Its Impact on Latin America

From Columbia, Brazil and Bolivia to New Jersey this program gives us an education on the truth about what is going on south of the equator from our imperial empire.

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What is Climate Justice?

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather tackles the question of what does a just transition off fossil fuels look like. She is joined by Jocelyn Sawyer from Food and Water Watch and Alison Arne of New Jersey Organizing Project. They talk about what happens to workers, as well as the communities and…

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Send a Message. Make Social Justice a Priority

We are tired of our tax dollars being wasted and our communities destroyed over a plant. Even as legalization takes hold and it is clear that our government prioritizes corporate profits and an expansion of the mass incarceration.

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On S-4202 and Workers

An Editorial by Heather Warburton This week the Senate Labor Committee moved forward the controversial bill S-4202. Penned by Senate President Steve Sweeney, supporters claim the bill seeks to protect workers while workers say this will put them out of a job.  In a way, they are both kind of right. Steve Sweeney has proven…

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Victory?!? Not exactly.

On Tuesday November 26th, The Egg Harbor Township Board of Education voted on a transgender kids protection policy which passed with a margin of 6-3. This has been a fight in the township going on for almost 3 years. Supporters of a policy include LGBTQ adults, parents, and kids as well as community allies. The…

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Racism and Medicine

This is a jam packed episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution. We are doing a deep dive into the very real and significant effects that racial bias in medicine can have from emergency, to trauma medicine, to obstetrics. November is also Premature Birth Awareness Month and women of color have a far statistically higher rate…

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Immigration Facts, to counter your racist Uncle at Thanksgiving.

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Irvin Omar from La Casa Dominicana on what the immigration process looks like now. He explains the stressful and time intensive process that could take as much as 20 years and cost thousands of dollars. The questions are biased and the whole process is subjective….

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Egg Harbor Township School’s Transgender Policy

This is a battle we have been involved in here before there was a New Jersey Revolution Radio. Egg Harbor Township Schools have been dragging their feet on creating a transgender protection policy for years. Now the state has found them non-complaint with the law signed by then Governor Chris Christie and the school is…

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Real Communists Organize – An Interview With Christopher Winston

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Christopher Winston co-founder of the Maoist Communist Party Organizing Committee, and organizer with For The People. He discusses why every needs to be a communist to save the world and ensure a future. He also talks about his journey to Maoism and gives advice on…

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Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather talks about sex. She is joined by author Kristen Ghodsee, to talk about her book “Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism”. They discuss how women have better and more satisfying relationships under the economic stability provided by socialism. Kristen Ghodsee 0:00 Intro Music It’s much easier…

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