COVID-19

#NJRR​ Live: Weed! Plus a panel on Technology Taking Over Labor: Life Without Work?

Join host Brian Powers and writer Leah Giannantonio as they talk about WEED! Cannabis laws are changing and our resident “Cannabis Scholar” will help us understand what is up. Plus! Editorial Board members Pat Fahy and Marilyn Gomez-Agudelo talk in a panel about robots, work, and what the future holds for labor.

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#NJRR​ Live: Community Bargaining, More Than a Contract

Join Senior Organizer Brian Powers and Cohost Kim Meudt as they discuss the impeachment hearings and current news from a leftist perspective, plus we are joined by Richard Moser to discuss how a union contract can mean more than a deal with the bosses.

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#NJRR Live: Looking into the LatinX Vote

This week, host Christian Perez and guest Dr. Flavio Hickel Jr. dive into voter trends, social attitudes and the class differences affecting LatinX votes.

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#NJRR Live: “Getting The Shot” Resistance to Vaccinations

Join Co-Host Afrika and a panel of New Jersey-based activists to talk about the resistance to vaccinations. Public polling suggests widespread skepticism surrounding vaccinations. As the virus kills 1 person every minute we bring in our conspiracy theory expert Christian Perez and community organizers from the Garden State to talk facts. Plus, international news from Iran, a top nuclear scientist was murdered by a remote control car, we will discuss the consequences of these mob-style murders that are believed to be carried out by Israel.

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#NJRR Live: Madelyn Hoffman, Our 2020 Chance at a Socialist in the Senate

Join Brian Powers and Guest Host Christian Perez as we talk to 2020 Green Party Senate Candidate Madelyn Hoffman. Where are the heads of Democrats and Republicans amidst a global pandemic? Is this system really working for us? Is there a better way?

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#NJRR Live Special Episode With Brian and Heather featuring Laurie Endicott and Crystal Mor

Crystal Mor, an organizer from Pennsylvania with a passion for social issues, talks about problems related to incarceration. For example, the United States has 5% of the world’s population but 25% of the world’s prison population. People are released from prison alone and with no resources or direction, leading to death and re-arrest. Through our broken justice system, people are constantly being brought into correctional facilities. This has resulted in the spread of coronavirus through facilities, and it will continue if nothing changes.

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Plague Economics

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.

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