Podcasts

The #Idavox Report: The Future of New York City With Ash J.

Looks like another worm for the Big Apple. This week, on the #Idavox Report, we’re going to be talking about New York City mayor-elect Eric Adams! Our special guest will be Ash Jegroo
@AshAgony, a multimedia journalist who specializes in topics relevant to this discussion. For example, Ash writes professionally about police issues, whereas Eric Adams is a former police captain. Ash regularly covers such complex issues as state violence and oppression, radical political movements, and anti-fascism in his pieces for The Santiago Times, The Appeal, Truthout, and many other outlets.

Daryle Lamont Jenkins will be breaking it all down along with special guest Ash J. and the usual panel of Brian Powers and Christian Perez.

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The #Idavox Report: The Baldies & Portland Tom

Racists beware! This week, on the Idavox Report, we are going to be talking about The Baldies. The Baldies are an antiracist group out of Minneapolis that formed in the 1980s. They laid the groundwork for today’s Anti Racist Action Network (ARA) as well as the modern North American antifascist movement. Last Monday, the documentary The Baldies premiered on PBS. The documentary tells the story of a brave group of skinheads that started as a street team and grew into a powerful antiracist and antifascist network.

Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Brian Powers, and Christian Perez will all be there! Our special guest this week is a Baldie named Portland Tom who starred in the documentary. He’s going to be talking to us about the production.

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The #Idavox Report Featuring Special Guest Margaret Kimberley

This week’s #IDAVOX Report special guest is author and activist Margaret Kimberley. Margaret Kimberley is the Executive Editor and Senior Columnist at Black Agenda Report. Her Freedom Rider column appears weekly in BAR, and is republished widely elsewhere. She is the author of Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents. She is involved in several activist organizations.

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The #Idavox Report Returns: September 21, 2021 – What Is Going On In DC?

Renowned activist Daryle Lamont Jenkins returns to this live show at 8PM EST Live on Tuesday with Brian Powers and Christian Perez. These three revolutionaries are ready to fight the conspiracy theories, listen to some good music, and smash the fash! This week, Daryle is going to be filling us in on what he observed at the Justice for J6 rally in our nation’s capital.

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The #Idavox Report with Daryle Lamont Jenkins July 27, 2021

Make sure you catch the Idavox Report this week, because we’re about to take a break for the month of August! Will you miss us? We will miss you. But tonight, before all that, Daryle Lamont Jenkins is going to be talking about a failed rally at which he stopped by. Christian Perez and Brian Powers will be there as well! Don’t miss our classic Idavox panel as we approach summer break.

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Fighting For Clean Water And Social Justice An Interview With Food and Water Watch

This episode aired previously but never appeared in our RSS feed until today. Today on Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather is joined in the studio by not one but two amazing activists, Lena Smith and Jocelyn Sawyer from Food and Water Watch NJ. Food and Water Watch is a grassroots organization fighting…

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New Jersey Drug Policy Panel Presented By #NJRR

3 Garden State activists talk about the current New Jersey Drug Policy and how criminalizing drugs affects the lives of New Jersey residents. The panel discusses prescription medications effect on the drug problem, this is not the only policy we will see take hold in the next few years. We also explore the idea of…

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Brian Powers- Founder of New Jersey Revolution Radio Talks With Jim Brash

On this New Jersey Revolution Radio episode, founder Brian Powers joins Jim Brash. We hear about the struggle for an increase in the New Jersey Minimum Wage. The Democratic party is working hard to water down upcoming raise in the minimum wage. Working class people need more than $15 an hour right now, however, the…

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Madelyn Hoffman Comments As We Move Our Embassy In Israel

Madelyn joins Brian to talk about the repercussions of our embassy move in Israel. While Brian laments our continued support of Israel’s aggression Madelyn lays out how peace can be achieved if Israel would stop expanding and follow international law. Make a contribution: njrevolutionradio.com/make_a_contribtion/ Website: www.njrevolutionradio.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/NJRevRad/ Twitter: twitter.com/NJRevRad Patreon:www.patreon.com/NJRevolutionRadio

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Local Mother Fights White Supremacy At Ventnor Elementary

On this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather interviews Randi Alston, the mother of a child who formerly attended Ventnor Elementary School until an incident with white supremacy. Randi was shocked to hear her 10 year old daughter tell her the school teacher mentioned that there were positive aspects of slavery and that some…

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Is Hillary Clinton Still This Out Of Touch?

In this podcast I talk about an article in Fortune Magazine.  My gut instinct was not a very good one. I personalized it without paying attention to who the intended audience really was. My thoughts after reflection were different. I saw past my initial emotions and came to better understand how that same message impacts others…

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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 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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Fighting For Clean Water And Social Justice: An Interview With Food and Water Watch

Today Heather is joined in the studio by not one but two amazing activists, Lena Smith and Jocelyn Sawyer from Food and Water Watch NJ. Food and Water Watch is a grassroots organization fighting for clean food and water for all, social justice, clean energy, and  an end to hydraulic fracking. They discuss local initiatives…

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NJRR: Coalition Work Against White Supremacy

Conrad joins Brian to talk about his work in Suffolk County New York and the different organizations in his collective, which includes Redneck Revolt, SP, and IWW. The discussion focuses on culture of white supremacy in our establishments, including the police and fire department on local levels and culturally in law enforcement. Listen On Soundcloud

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When We Lose Our Fear They Lose Their Power

Brian talks about keeping his ideas and podcasts in order and focused on subject. He talks about Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget m and how the narrative has been very anti-worker until that speech. He then brings up the Democratic strategy of scaring the electorate into “The Lesser of 2 Evils”

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Emotional Health On The Left

Still early on, Brian goes on a few early thought tangents about the psychology of being an activist and the importance of raising self esteem, Having organizers with low self esteem makes them vulnerable to manipulative people, who understand and use this condition to wreak havoc on the functions of our organizations. It only makes…

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Why We Need Revolution Radio.

Our pilot episode of what would become “Left Off The Turnpike” Brian discusses the early vision for an independent anti-capitalist media outlet here in New Jersey. Recorded as he drives to work in the morning on our Garden State Turnpike. 

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