Tonight, Daryle-Lamont Jenkins interviews Lester and Dylan Chambers of Midnight Transit. Join Brian, Christian, Daryle, and the Chambers boys as they discuss the expression of activism through art and more.Read More
Join #NJRR Live host Brian Powers and special guest Dr. La’Tesha Sampson as they discuss the kinds of illnesses and stresses activists face as they challenge the establishment. What are toxic environments? Can we avoid them or should we work to change them?Read More
#NJRR Live is back! Tonight, join Brian and guest co-host Lisa Davis as we discuss the Black Liberation movement. Then, Chairman Omali Yeshitela joins us to talk about his experience in the military.Read More
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.
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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.
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.Read More