Newark

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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A Discussion With Chairman Zulu of The New Afrikan Black Panther Party
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Fight For Clean Water with The Newark Water Coalition

In this episode of Wine,Women,and Revolution, Heather interviews Anthony Diaz from the Newark Water Coalition. They talk about the water quality issues in the city and how activists can mobilize around water issues in their own community. Heather Warburton 0:02 This is Wine, Women and Revolution with your host Heather Warburton coming at you here…

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Fight For Clean Water with The Newark Water Coalition
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Bobby Hutton Memorial Event Part 1

Watch as the first meeting of the NABPP in Newark addresses
The 10 Point Program:
The history of the Black Panthers and “Pantherism”
A quiz with prizes from the FBI
Coalition partner presentations
More…..
Created as a part of our #NJRR partners program.

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Bobby Hutton Memorial Event Part 1
New Jersey Revolution Radio

 
 
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#NJRR Live With Diane Moxley and Anthony Diaz

“AMP- A Movement of The People” has not gone away since making an electoral splash with a city council run last year. Anthony Diaz says that they are staying in Newark to stay and to make a real difference. Anthony joins Diane Moxley  to talk about the current state of water. Lead in the water in any amount…

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#NJRR Live With Diane Moxley and Anthony Diaz
#NJRR Live with Brian Powers

 
 
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Incarceration, Advocacy, and Art: A Conversation With Justice Rountree

Justice is a social justice advocate and poet who spent 23 years incarcerated in New Jersey, where he earned a paralegal degree and represented other prisoners through consultation and legal assistance. As a spoken word artist he organized “360 Poetry Night with Justice” and works with the New Jersey Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement….

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Incarceration, Advocacy, and Art: A Conversation With Justice Rountree
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Johnnie Lattner Newark Green Candidate

Johnnie Lattner talks about his upcoming 2108 School Board run in Newark. 

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Johnnie Lattner Newark Green Candidate
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A Movement of The People, Newark City Council Candidates

Listen to a group of housing justice advocates talk about their commitment to the city of Newark! From work with homeless to tenants rights to police reform AMP is running against the machine and for the people! https://soundcloud.com/new-jersey-revolution-radio/interview-with-amp-newark-city-council-candidates  

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