Heather Warburton

#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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#NJRR Live Special Episode With Brian and Heather featuring Laurie Endicott and Crystal Mor
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Imperialism and the Uyghur People

The Podcast Welcomes Nicole Morgret! Greetings, wonderful readers, and welcome to this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution! We’re coming at you from New Jersey Revolution Radio, New Jersey’s one and only socialist podcast. Today’s special guest is Nicole Morgret from the Uyghur Human Rights Project, here to fill us in on the situation of…

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Imperialism and the Uyghur People
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An Interview With Presidential Candidate Howie Hawkins

New Jersey Revolution Radio Welcomes Presidential Candidate Howie Hawkins! Welcome, one and all, to this exciting episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution! We’re coming at you from New Jersey Revolution Radio, New Jersey’s one and only socialist podcast. As you know, we are a proudly anti-capitalist podcast and we care deeply about activism. Thank you…

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An Interview With Presidential Candidate Howie Hawkins
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The Last Of Human Freedoms

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather is joined for a second time by author and activist Guy McPherson

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The Last Of Human Freedoms
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#NJRR Live With Diane and Brian: Community Responses During The Crisis

Diane and Brian look around New Jersey and the world to bring you this weekly stream every Wednesday at 8pm on our social media feeds. This week….

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#NJRR Live With Diane and Brian: Community Responses During The Crisis
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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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An Interview With The Audible Anarchists
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#NJRR Live: Mutual Aid During the Pandemic

During isolation #NJRR live reminds everyone to remain safe. Wash your hands, stay a safe distance from other people! Now lets talk mutual aid…

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#NJRR Live: Mutual Aid During the Pandemic
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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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Plague Economics
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Red Rosa: An Interview with Kate Evans

Today, we are excited to welcome our guest star, graphic novelist Kate Evans, who was recently commissioned to create a graphic novel about Rosa Luxemburg.

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Red Rosa: An Interview with Kate Evans
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Freeholder Board Considers 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Resolution. Measure Rooted In Antisemitism

Just last week, I attended a presentation by the NJ Attorney General about the rising levels of bias crimes and antisemitism in NJ. This comes in the wake of NJ Officials raising our threat level to high from white supremacist and extremist groups following the shooting in Jersey City. NJ isn’t unique in this respect. In 2018, A Pittsburgh man murdered 11 people in a synagogue because he believed George Soros was controlling a migrant caravan in a scheme to destabilize society and slaughter “patriots” like him.

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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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Indigenous Rights, Horses, and Family
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A Brief History of US Imperialism

Hello and welcome, all, to New Jersey Revolution Radio, New Jersey’s premier socialist podcast. Today it is our pleasure to welcome Christian Perez, host of podcast Modernity and Absurdity, as our guest. Perez is something of a regular to NJRR; he’s been on our show a few times before. Today he is bringing us a brief introduction to US Imperialism.

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A Brief History of US Imperialism
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Path To Progress or Poverty?

In this episode Heather talks to Theresa Zimmerman Fuller and Adam Sheridan from NJ 21 United about the recent Sweeney backed Path To Progress Commission. Is this a cure all as Sweeney says or is it just more of the same attacks on public workers and unions we have come to expect from Steve Sweeney and the Norcross Dems?

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Path To Progress or Poverty?
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Marx, Firefly, and Joss Whedon

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Philosophy professor and author James Rocha about his analysis of Anarchism, Communism, Libertarianism, and the greatest science fiction show ever produced, Joss Whedon’s “Firefly”

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What is Climate Justice?

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather tackles the question of what does a just transition off fossil fuels look like. She is joined by Jocelyn Sawyer from Food and Water Watch and Alison Arne of New Jersey Organizing Project. They talk about what happens to workers, as well as the communities and…

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Racism and Medicine

This is a jam packed episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution. We are doing a deep dive into the very real and significant effects that racial bias in medicine can have from emergency, to trauma medicine, to obstetrics. November is also Premature Birth Awareness Month and women of color have a far statistically higher rate…

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Racism and Medicine
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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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Immigration Facts, to counter your racist Uncle at Thanksgiving.
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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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Real Communists Organize – An Interview With Christopher Winston
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Does The Idea Of A “Purple Church” Foster Racism

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Rev. Blake Spencer about the concept of a “purple church”. Rev. Blake explains that comfort and fear have created an environment that allows racism to foster in white churches. He explains the steps he is taking to lead his church forward on the interplay of…

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Does The Idea Of A “Purple Church” Foster Racism
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I wasn’t raised to be subjugated.

In this episode Heather interviews Andrea Merida former co-chair of The Green Party and current campaign manager for Howie Hawkins for President. Andrea talks about her early life as a revolutionary child and how that shaped her into the bad ass she is today. Love her or Hate her, she is a powerful woman and…

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I wasn’t raised to be subjugated.
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