Voices of the 99%


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We are activists serving the community, working together to empower the voiceless through the collective exchange of knowledge and ideas!

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Today on Like It Is, we will be joined once again by writer and activist Caty McClure. Though Robert has been doing a running commentary on Jaden Smith for weeks, today Caty and Robert will finally crack the code and decipher the... more

Today, we're talking with Caty McClure, author of the Other98's insightful piece ?On the Suspicious Timing of Pointergate?. Pointergate is the recent scandal in which a local Minneapolis news channel broadcast an outrageous story... more

This week we will be talking with Chantel Johnson. Originally from Chicago, Chantel will speak about her personal experiences with urban violence and the difference between cultural representations of race and the material... more

Tune in Wednesday, 8pm EST (01:00 Thursday morning, Glasgow time) for a marathon, two-hour edition of "Bullet Points" on the Voices of the 99 Percent radio network. Our guest for the first hour will beAnnie Liebfraumilch who will help us... more

This week, we will be talking with Gavin Mueller, contributing editor at Jacobin Magazine and author of ?Liberalism and Gentrification?. Mueller's latest article is not your typical gentrification write-up about fading food trends, cultural... more

BulletPoints w/Navid Nasr: analysis and discussion of international news from a radically critical perspective.

In her new book Drug War Capitalism, Dawn Paley moves beyond the usual horror stories, beyond journalistic rubbernecking and hand-wringing, to follow the thread of the Drug War story throughout the entire region of Latin America and... more

Tonight: The topic will be Ferguson and our guests will be Chicago-based activist Phoenix Calida, who has been on the ground in Ferguson, talking with people and distributing food and other essential supplies and local DMV-based... more

Within days of the streetside execution of Michael Brown, Missouri teenager, by a police officer, Twitter presence @FeministaJones was calling for a national moment of silence in memory of Brown and all the other victims of police... more