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Joy and Healing with Quinton Greene

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather sits down for a follow up interview with the artist Quinton Green. He has continued to earn his title of Mr. Prolific with a flurry of new artwork involving birds and animals. His work is featured in a variety of new venues and he sits down…

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Joy and Healing with Quinton Greene
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We Are All Screwed, Have A Muffin

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather interviews UCLA constitutional law professor and author Adam Winkler. They discuss his book “We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights” Adam Winkler became interested in corporate person-hood after the 2010 Supreme Court “Citizens United” decision. This case granted “free speech” to corporations much…

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We Are All Screwed, Have A Muffin
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Racetraitor: Extreme Metal With an Anti-Racist Message

Special Guest Host Brian Powers Recorded on #NJRR Live 2/6/2019Photos of the band done by Hillarie Jason The band name is shocking and the music is extreme. Race Traitor’s recent show at Black Flags Over Brooklyn made the headlines of major outlets like Rolling Stone. For over 20 years with some down time this band…

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Racetraitor: Extreme Metal With an Anti-Racist Message
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Anarchy, Environmentalism, and Doug Peacock

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather is thrilled to be joined by author, environmentalist, an activist Doug Peacock. This man is one of the great inspirations of the environmental movement in general and Heather specifically. So needless to say, she was a little in awe of getting to speak to Mr. Peacock….

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Anarchy, Environmentalism, and Doug Peacock
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Interview With Tom Neilson

Each Song Has A Story Tom left America to stay out of the war in Vietnam. His view of America from afar has shaped him up until today. From South America and around the world Tom Neilson’s music delivers a sobering view of our country along with smooth vocals and beautiful guitar work. Listen in…

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Interview With Tom Neilson
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Wine, Women, and Revolution Halloween Special with Nigel Bach

In this special Halloween episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined by director and producer Nigel Bach. He is the producer of the Bad Ben and Steelmanville Road horror series. There isn’t a lot of revolution in this episode, what there is a lot of is New Jersey. Imagine a horror film in…

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Wine, Women, and Revolution Halloween Special with Nigel Bach
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Wine Women and Revolution Live With Socialist Women In Montclair

Heather Warburton from Wine Women and Revolution is joined by L@rk Lo and Melissa Tomlinson. These  inspiring women ask  each other about intersectional approaches to the problems with capitalism and how we can better address them. Recorded LIVE at our 100th episode show in Montclair NJ. Attacking the Term “Middle Class” The myth of upward…

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Wine Women and Revolution Live With Socialist Women In Montclair
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The Fetish of Violence and Production, Moving Towards Another World

In 2018 the left is not ready. The people are ready, but the people cannot fight because they are in chains, do not speak the same language as their neighbor, and do not acknowledge a person who speaks a different language as them as a neighbor.

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Uber is Not Sharing and the Electoral College is Not Democracy

I don’t like misnomers. Sharing economy, free, independent, and democracy are all terms that have been perverted. The sharing economy as labeled by Fortune magazine is not sharing. Uber and AirBnB are not about sharing. They are not about cooperation. Until shelter and food can be gotten in exchange for services and that option is…

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Red Summer: An Interview with Wendel White

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather joins professor and artist Wendel White in his office. They talk about his recent photography projects “Manifest” and “Red Summer”. Professor White was one of Heather’s art teachers way back when she was in college and fire was being discovered. Manifest “Manifest” grew out of a…

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Red Summer: An Interview with Wendel White
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Heather Fangirls During Interview With Poet Fleassy Malay

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather interviews the internationally known poet Fleassy Malay. Heather spends some time fangirling and even breaks into tears near the end of the episode when Fleassy is kind enough to do a performance of her poem “Poppy”. Fleassy Malay is poet who focuses on…

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Heather Fangirls During Interview With Poet Fleassy Malay
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The Stranger in the Woods, and Interview With Author Michael Finkel

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews author Michael Finkel. Michael is best known for his book True Story which was made into a movie with Jonah Hill and James Franco. Michael and Heather discuss his new book “The Stranger in the Woods” the story of a man who  walked away from society to live alone in the woods of Maine for 27 years. The Hermit, as he was called, stole what he needed to survive and lived a life on his own terms. Loved by some and hated by others, The Hermit became almost a local legend in the town he lived near. In times like we live, its easy to understand the urge for escapism. 

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The Stranger in the Woods, and Interview With Author Michael Finkel
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The “American Plan” to Imprison Thousands of Women in Concentration Camps

On this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather is joined by author Scott Stern. His book “The Trials of Nina McCall: Sex, Surveillance, and the Decades-Long Government Plan to Imprison Promiscuous Women” details the unknown corner of American history known as “The American Plan”. The American Plan From World War 1…

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The “American Plan” to Imprison Thousands of Women in Concentration Camps
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Incarceration, Advocacy, and Art a conversation with Marshall Justice Rountree

Join Brian as he speaks with Marshall Justice Rountree. Marshall is a social justice, criminal advocate, and spoken word artist who spent time in prison, where he earned a paralegal degree and represented other prisoners through consultation and legal assistance. He is also a spoken word artist, who organizes 360 Poetry Night with Justice and…

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Incarceration, Advocacy, and Art a conversation with Marshall Justice Rountree
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An Interview With Heather Warburton-NJRR Contributor

Listen to our comrade talk about the environmental movement in South Jersey, Income Inequality, and how she uses her artistic talent to bring images of what we struggle for to life! Visit the interview on soundcloud:   Podcast Notes: Heather Warburton plans on regularly contributing to New Jersey Revolution Radio, Tonight we discuss her background…

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