New Jersey Revolution Radio

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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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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Obituary For Ellsworth (Buddy) Franklin Harbaugh Jr.

On Thursday the 3rd of October, Ellsworth (Buddy) Franklin Harbaugh Jr, loving husband and father, passed away at the age of 76.

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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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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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An Open Letter to Governor Phil Murphy and Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver

On July 2nd, 1839, a wayward slave ship by the name of The Amistad, captained incredibly by blood soaked Africans who amazingly overtook their violent rac…

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Editorial: A Response to Kevin Riordan’s Column In The Philadelphia Inquirer

by Adam Sheridan of Cooper River Indivisible Link to Riordan’s column here. “We can disagree and still love each other,” James Baldwin once wrote, “unless your disagreement is rooted in my oppression and denial of my humanity and right to exist.” The speakers at the alt-right MindsIRL conference, recently booted out of Pitman, N.J., fail…

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No Hate In NJ

Aug. 20, 2019 PEACEFUL PROTEST TO BE HELD IN OPPOSITION TO AUG. 31 CONFERENCE IN PITMAN, NJ ORGANIZED AND FEATURING ‘ALT-RIGHT’ FIGURES; CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS SPREAD DANGEROUS MISINFORMATION ABOUT PROTEST PITTMAN, NJ – On Aug. 31, a conference titled “Ending Racism Violence and Authoritarianism” is to be held somewhere in the Pittman/Philadelphia area. Despite its title,…

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New Jersey Revolution Radio @ Philadelphia Podcast Festival

Daryle Lamont-Jenkins joins the hosts of #NJRR along with Philly Socialists to talk about his movies, Alt-Right Age of Rage and Skin. Daryle is a civil r…

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Newark Activist Debra Salters

Outside City Council Chambers in Newark NJ Debra tells us why she came and inspires more community members to get active!

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A Grassroots Victory

An editorial by Heather Warburton It isn’t very often in the activist world that you get to stand up and say “We Won” But I will let the graphic below speak for us. This is a true victory for grassroots organizers. Within a few hours of NJRR publishing this proposed resolution, a coalition was forming…

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Dangerous ICE Cooperation Resolution

New Jersey Revolution has obtained an advanced copy of a resolution that will be proposed by Atlantic County Freeholder Frank Formica at the next freeholder meeting on Tuesday July 30th. A copy of that resolution is available for download below. This resolution is clearly problematic for a number of reasons. The first of which is…

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EVENT: Justice For Jameek Rally-

Paterson City Hall Tuesday July 23, 2019 7pm New Jersey Revolution Radio is calling out along with the family and supporters for justice in….

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Two-Party System, Same Coin

By Shevone Torres In this climate, the two-party system has morphed into tribalism. Each day it gets more and more “us vs. Them.” Unfortunately, the marginalized communities are the one who suffer.  For us, we already knew what the Republican Party was about: dog whistles, a penchant for lying and blaming people of color for everything wrong, protecting the rich and big companies.  Today, we have people spouting the line…

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Climate change editorial

This is an editorial submitted by friend of the network Dr Fenichel in response to a piece published by a local south jersey newspaper. On 6/12/2019 the Press published an editorial “Good News- Jersey Shore will still be habitable in 2100.” It began with their critical reaction to an opinion company, 24/7 Wall St concerning…

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A Tribute to Bruce Dixon at Left Forum

Bruce A. Dixon was a giant among revolutionaries. His life will live on in the actions and hearts of thousands in the movement.

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