Jennifer is an advocate for abolition and localized cooperative economics and is a co-founder of the Asbury Park Transformative Justice Project that seeks to lower recidivism and build safer communities by activating transformative justice practices in place of the current violent systems. She joins with host Christian Perez to talk about the work being done by social justice advocates and how they are making a difference!Read More
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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
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!Read More
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.Read More
She brings to light the larger issue of needing to end our dependence on fossil fuels by talking about the local issues of poisoned water and food supplies that disproportionally affect black and brown communities.Read More
By now everyone has heard about how the women’s march is problematic. Women of color came forth after the original march, and told us how they felt excluded. Problems range from the pink hats that don’t match any body parts on a black or brown woman to the lack of women of color in positions…Read More
In this extended edition of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather hosts a panel discussion of 3 amazing women organizers from Black Lives Matter, Jennifer, Shana, and Shevone. They discuss the shootings of Rashawn Washington and LaShanda Anderson, state sanctioned racial violence, “allyship”, gentrification, and what people can do if they really want to help support…Read More