Social Justice

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 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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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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Vineland’s ICE contract

Sean Thom joins us in the NJRR South studio to talk about a contract he discovered between the City of Vineland and ICE. ICE is paying Vineland 8,000 dollars a year to use their shooting range facilities for training exercises. Sean is asking the community to join him in standing against ICE to protect the…

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EVENT: Justice For Jameek Rally-

Paterson City Hall Tuesday July 23, 2019 7pm New Jersey Revolution Radio is calling out along with the family and supporters for justice in….

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Seth Kaper-Dale: Resisting ICE In New Jersey.

DIRE is the most critical work that Seth Kaper-Dale has taken on in his 18 years as Pastor of the Reformed Church in Highland Park. Diane Moxley speaks w..

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Vida Neil Is Back And Talking Camden

Camden’s only blogger, Vida Neil is back on NJRR. She joins Heather for some real talk about what is going on in Camden. This time she brought a friend with her Mangolaiso Davis. Things are rough in Camden. The state of New Jersey is in the middle of a dangerous cold pattern. We are under…

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Stolen Land; Stolen People with Rev. Francois

On this episode Heather joins Rev. Willie Francois at his church Mt Zion Baptist in Pleasantville NJ to talk cannabis, capitalism, human nature, and philosophy Great Respect for Rev. Francois Since Heather is traditionally quite critical of Christianity, if she has a religious leader on the show, it really speaks highly of her respect for the person. This…

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We are Socialist, We are Proud, We are Getting Shit Done!

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather interviews Janaya from Philly Socialists. Although Philadelphia is slightly outside New Jersey’s borders, this group is packed with solid comrades and activists.   Philly Socialists Philly Socialists is an anti-capitalist group located in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.  They are a multi-faceted political organization focused on…

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A Former Soldier Reflects On Imperialism

It’s been 7 years since my first deployment and I still have dreams almost every night of Afghanistan. Of being a gunner, flying down “route shovel” to Khost as fast as we can, bracing ourselves for the explosion of an inevitable IED Or the unmistakable sound of a barrage of rockets coming in from the…

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NJRR Talks With Redneck Revolt

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.

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Modern Monetary Theory with Mike Merrill

On this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather is joined by Professor Mike Merrill for a conversation about capitalism the often-controversial modern monetary theory.  Your host, Heather is a supporter of striving for a cashless economy. She presents this topic to expand how we think about money and economies. Could Modern…

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The Vital Role Of Independent Abortion Providers

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather interviews Roxanne Sutocky the Director of Community Engagement at the Cherry Hill Women’s Center. Cherry Hill Women’s Center is an independent abortion provider located in Cherry Hill, NJ. Independent Abortion Clinics The Women’s Center network is a group of independent abortion clinics serving…

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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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Aida Touma-Sliman In Montclair August 20th

Aida Touma-Sliman is a Chair of the Knesset’s Permanent Committee on the Status of Women and Gender Equality, Former Chief Editor of Al-Itthad, largest Arabic newspaper in Israel and Member of Political Bureau and CC of Communist Party of Israel. See The Facebook Event Here Full Schedule: August 18: NYC — 7:00 – 9:30 PM…

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Mayor Candidate Kratovil Scores Win in Police Transparency Lawsuit

Assignment Judge Rules in Favor of Candidate Charlie Kratovil Middlesex County’s Assignment Judge ordered the New Brunswick city government to produce records related to the March 20 arrest of a police officer, overruling the administration’s decision to deny requests filed by a reporter who is running for Mayor of New Brunswick. The July 11 ruling…

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Unsafe Nurse To Patient Ratios In NJ Put Us All At Risk

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined in the studio by Kate McLaughlin the founder of NJ Safe Ratios. Although Heather had wine in this episode, Kate was not in studio so she didn’t get to share. The women still had a fun interview even if Kate was wine-less Safe Ratios…

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