In this episode, Heather interviews Geoff Ginter. You may remember Geoff from his previous appearance. Today, he is back to talk about the economic impacts of the COVID-19.
What we are
Activists, Inspiration, Art, Revolution, and Alcohol, all from an intersectional anti-capitalist feminist perspective. We shine a light on a broken system to help begin the conversation about real drastic change.
Heather Warburton hosts her show weekly, bringing a woman’s perspective to local and national politics. She brings inspiring interviews, educational content, and topical issues along with a healthy dose of wine to the political scene.
Why Wine, Women and Revolution?
Because every one of us has an important job in the revolution. We all just need a little inspiration sometimes.
Every Other Monday
We release a new episode every other Monday morning, so you can get your week off to a revolutionary start.
We’re coming at you from New Jersey Revolution Radio, New Jersey’s one and only socialist podcast. Today’s special guest has a story that might just bring tears to your eyes.
Hello and welcome, all, to New Jersey Revolution Radio, New Jersey’s premier socialist podcast. Today it is our pleasure to welcome Christian Perez, host of podcast Modernity and Absurdity, as our guest. Perez is something of a regular to NJRR; he’s been on our show a few times before. Today he is bringing us a brief introduction to US Imperialism.
In this episode Heather sits down with comedian Michelle Tomko and has absolutely no weed. They talk about what is like being a gay woman working as a comedian in Atlantic City, and about a project Michelle just completed called “Yo 11”
In this episode Heather talks to Theresa Zimmerman Fuller and Adam Sheridan from NJ 21 United about the recent Sweeney backed Path To Progress Commission. Is this a cure all as Sweeney says or is it just more of the same attacks on public workers and unions we have come to expect from Steve Sweeney and the Norcross Dems?
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”
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.