Join us at 8pm Est on Wednesday, Guest host Lark! This week we welcome a rapper and a death metal singer to talk about their Art and Activism! Musicians play a huge role in defining our culture. So how do activists with talents like this combine the 2? We discuss it with Mani Mostofi from the Anti- Racist death metal scene and Jeremy Writt “Infinite Skills” a hip-hop artist. PLUS:Brian will talk about politics around the country as uprisings continue and we the presidential race dominates the conversations in the “regular” media. Every week we return for more interviews from the grassroots. #NJRR Live is dedicated to the mission of New Jersey Revolution Radio of fostering Art and Activism. Tune in here on Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube for the rough version recorded and broadcast live, or visit www.njrevolutionradio.com, Itunes, Spotify, Sticher, and everywhere podcasts can be heard for the finished version.
#NJRR Special Reports: A Tribute to Kevin Zeese on New Jersey Revolution Radio
On September 5, 2020 the revolutionary left lost a giant. Kevin Zeese was the Co-Director of Popular Resistance a key organizer for Occupy Wall Street, a Green Party Organizer, and a member of the Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective.He started his activism as a lawyer with NORML advocating for cannabis legalization starting in 1980. He is survived by his long time partner Margaret Flowers, who was by his side as an activist. The partnership left a lasting impression on our world. We hope that the messages he left behind in these productions and all his other great works continue to change the world.
His appearances on our independent media network meant a lot. His knowledge and insight during these shows centered on the Venezuelan crisis that resulted in a failed coup. When the US and Imperialist allies around the world iot was Code Pink’s Medea Benjamin along with Kevin Zeese and many others who formed the “Embassy Protection Collective.” This group of revolutionaries stood up for peace occupying the Venezuelan Embassy in defiance of world powers and in the name of peace. The embassy was surrounded by boneheads rooting for the fascist Guido, who led this “Clown Car Coup” into the ground.
“That’s our job, unite people, create solidarity, and build an independent political movement that really stands up for economic, racial, environmental justice as well as peace.”Kevin Zeese #NJRR Live 5/29/2019
- 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
A Legacy That Will Impact History
Kevin played a major role in educating the public and stopping the illegal coup from succeeding. That was only a part of his life we were lucy renough to share with him. His work goes far beyond what we can write about today. His life touched on issues from drug policy to international affairs to writing. Kevin left a legacy that can be studied longer than he lived. We hope that our collection of his works live on and continue to inspire generations of activists. New Jersey Revolution Radio and all our comrades extend our deepest condolences to his partner Margaret Flowers and all his friends, family, and comrades. Kevin Zeese, Presente!
The NBA NFL and other major league players have been walking off the job and making talks of a general strike heat up. What do sports mean in urban communities and what is the platform of an athlete for? Comrade Afrika, who spends his time organizing sports and other activities in Newark NJ. PLUS:Brian and “Q” will discuss more violence around the country as uprisings continue and we discuss how the presidential is being percieved as the candidates continue their spectacles. Every week we return for more interviews from the grassroots. #NJRR Live is dedicated to the mission of New Jersey Revolution Radio of fostering Art and Activism.
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
Special Guests Margaret Kimberley from Black agenda Report and Christian Perez from Modernity and Absurdity Podcast joins Daryle Lamont Jenkins to talk about the influence of racist and other extreme right political forces in our law enforcement. How infiltrated are the cops?
Join Brian Powers and co-host Daryle Lamont Jenkins for a discussion with Nora Taggart about the United States Postal Service, which has been jeopardized by bipartisan policies. How has the USPS been affected by the coronavirus and this country’s disastrous leadership?
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.
Join Brian Powers and Guest Host Christian Perez as we talk to 2020 Green Party Senate Candidate Madelyn Hoffman. Where are the heads of Democrats and Republicans amidst a global pandemic? Is this system really working for us? Is there a better way?
Today’s episode is going to be particularly fun! Our guest tonight is Briana Cavanaugh, host of the Fat Girl Finds Love podcast. Join us as we have a discussion about how the system tries to prey on us by controlling our bodies and about how (spoiler) fat people enjoy sex just like the rest of us!
Laurie Endicott-Thomas, author of “No More Measles” joins us to get the facts straight about how vaccine testing works, and what this recent trial of 30,000 doses could tell us. PLUS: Dr. Le’Tesha Sampson returns as the Clark PD is under investigation and has been taken over by the Prosecutors office. Every week we return for more interviews with the grassroots. #NJRR Live is dedicated to the mission of New Jersey Revolution Radio of fostering Art and Activism.
Join Jessica Clayton of the “Riverside Rhymes Nature Play School” as she talks about how her home and work (one in the same) are being affected by the pandemic. The interview is an all-star show which also features our guest co-host, Lark, who is also an expert in early childhood development, and Christian Perez, our resident conspiracy theory expert. Why is the government trying so hard to reopen schools?
Join Kat and Heather in this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution as they discuss the global fashion industry. Where did the clothes on your body come from? Let’s have a conversation about the global network of exploitation that affects the lives of workers in the fashion industry.
Wine, Women, and Revolution Welcomes Shannon McGill Welcome, listeners and readers, to Wine, Women, and Revolution, with your host Heather Warburton. We are coming at you from New Jersey Revolution Radio. For today’s episode, we are joined by a special guest who works within the music industry. Her name is Shannon McGill and she is…
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.
In this episode of State Of The Revolution, Heather and Jeremy discuss the testimony of Paul Robeson before the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities. You can listen here: https://youtu.be/kmFjjaFNHKo Jeremy and Heather examine the life of Paul Robeson and discuss how his testimony that took place 70 years ago is still very relevant to what…
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!
Welcome, listeners and readers, to Wine, Women, and Revolution, with your host Heather Warburton. We are coming at you from New Jersey Revolution Radio. For today’s episode, we are joined by special guest activist Felicia Simmons for a conversation about protests, police injustice, and community regulation.
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!
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.
Welcome to the Podcast! Greetings, our valued readers, and welcome to this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution! We’re coming at you from New Jersey Revolution Radio, New Jersey’s one and only socialist podcast. Make sure to follow us on all of your social media, and with that said, let’s dive right into the discussion….
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.