Activist Interviews

A Global Recap of 2021 With Margaret Kimberley

Thank you for tuning into Revolution Radio. We have a great guest to end the year with. Today, lets  go around the world with Margaret Kimberly from The Black Agenda Report. Margaret talks about her a good friend, her Comrade, Glenn Ford’s new book, “The Black Agenda.” But also we talk about China, Nicaragua. A little bit of Cuba gets thrown in there.

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The #Idavox Report: Featuring Rod Webber and Lauren Pespisa

This week, on the Idavox Report, we are going to be hosting two of our favorite guests, Rod Webber and Lauren Pespisa. Rod and Lauren are a movie-making married duo and their latest work is about to premiere in December! 2020: The Dumpster Fire will be in theatres December 7. In the film, Rod travels the country and examines the civil unrest that unfolded throughout the year. Rod’s new song, “Joe Biden Wrote The Patriot Act”, is featured in the movie.

In their spare time, Rod and Lauren get into lots of trouble working in media, trolling politicians with performance art, and generally raising hell. On this week’s episode, we will be discussing some legal issues that Lauren is currently experiencing. Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Brian Powers, and Christian Perez will all be on tonight’s show! This episode of the #Idavox Report will premiere tonight at 8:00. We hope to see you there!

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The #Idavox Report: The Baldies & Portland Tom

Racists beware! This week, on the Idavox Report, we are going to be talking about The Baldies. The Baldies are an antiracist group out of Minneapolis that formed in the 1980s. They laid the groundwork for today’s Anti Racist Action Network (ARA) as well as the modern North American antifascist movement. Last Monday, the documentary The Baldies premiered on PBS. The documentary tells the story of a brave group of skinheads that started as a street team and grew into a powerful antiracist and antifascist network.

Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Brian Powers, and Christian Perez will all be there! Our special guest this week is a Baldie named Portland Tom who starred in the documentary. He’s going to be talking to us about the production.

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An Interview With The Audible Anarchists

Today we have a very interesting guest that Heather recently discovered online. Since finding the Audible Anarchist Youtube channel, Heather has been enjoying their podcasts and admiring their dedication to reading and recording great anarchist writings.

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Indigenous Rights, Horses, and Family

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.

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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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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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The Right Has Created A Cottage Industry Of Lies

In this episode, Heather interview Daryle Lamont Jenkins of One People’s Project, and the movie Skin about his work opposing fascism and the recent fascist conference being held in Pitman NJ. http://onepeoplesproject.com/ http://idavox.com/ https://twitter.com/nohatenj https://njrevolutionradio.com/no-hate-in-nj/ Heather Warburton 0:02 This is Wine, Women, and Revolution with your host Heather Warburton coming at you here on New…

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Be Realistic, Demand The Impossible

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather sits down with Derek Bloom from the Asbury Park Transformative Justice Project and Mimi Soltysik from the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition and the Socialist Party to talk about prison and police abolition. This may be somewhat outside things you have considered before, but there can be…

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Jewish Voice For Peace

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather sits down with Peter Lemish and Amal Awad from Central Jersey Jewish Voice For Peace. They update us on the P is for Palestine book event as well as highlight the No Way To Treat A Child campaign. Heather Warburton 0:02 This is Wine, Women, and…

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Getting Dirty With Sanjay Chaudhari

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather sits down with gardening enthusiast and cannabis homegrow advocate Sanjay Chaudhari. They talk about how gardening can connect you to the past and bring joy, How homegrow should constitutionally be legal in NJ, and how hydroponic growth can be dangerous to you and the planet. Heather…

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A Discussion With Chairman Zulu of The New Afrikan Black Panther Party

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Chairman Zulu of the New Afrikan Black Panther Party about their work to build a revolutionary base in the city of Newark NJ. This interview is extremely inspirational and the organizing work done by this group is exactly what we need in these challenging times….

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Ranked Choice Voting In NJ

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather interviews Craig Cayetano about Ranked Choice Voting, a remarkable voting system that could revolutionize NJ’s elections. Craig Cayetano advocates for a Ranked Choice Voting system. In his role as co-chair of the Green Party of NJ, he educates and organizes around this issue. What is Ranked…

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Humanism, Activism, and Michael X

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather sits down with Humanist organizer Michael X to talk about the frustrations and joys of organizing in South Jersey. They also discuss what it means to be “good without God” What is Humanism Humanism is a philosophy. Specifically, this philosophy examines what it means to be…

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Jury Nullification With NJ Weedman

In this edition of WWR, Heather sits down for a hazy interview with a true New Jersey original, the one and only Ed Forchion, better known of course as NJ Weedman. Plug the Joint, Man Heather met Weedman for this interview at his Trenton “joint”, as he calls it: 322 East State Street, conveniently located…

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But…How Are We Going To Pay For it?

“How are We Going to Pay for It?” is the second part of WWR’s Modern Monetary Theory discussion. In this portion, Heather sits down with Geoff Ginter, an advocate for Modern Monetary Theory. Personal Finances Vs Federal He describes it as an antidote to poison, but with a caveat: “People will say: ‘Wow, this is…

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A Beacon on the Hill of Revolutionary Activity

Recorded 3/7/2019 #NJRR Live ( Note, little echo at the start is resolved quickly, sorry. Your donations are helping us get better equipment to avoid some of these flubs. We are opening a new studio soon!) Join Diane Moxley and the Chairman of the New Afrikan Black Panther Party Shaka Zulu. Shaka talks about the…

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HR-676 is dead. What now?

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews healthcare icon Dr. Margaret Flowers. They talk about the death of the Medicare for All “gold standard” HR-676. Then, they discuss where the fight for Medicare For All has to go next. Why Become An Activist? Dr. Margaret Flowers started her career as a pediatrician…

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Vida Neil Is Back And Talking Camden

Camden’s only blogger, Vida Neil is back on NJRR. She joins Heather for some real talk about what is going on in Camden. This time she brought a friend with her Mangolaiso Davis. Things are rough in Camden. The state of New Jersey is in the middle of a dangerous cold pattern. We are under…

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