Podcast: Play in new window | Download We are in the final days of our first big fund drive, and it has been tough. Some final thoughts, a little Richard Wolff and more. Check it out!
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download We encourage everyone to donate this week to make our fund drive a success. This week we feature excerpts from an interview our editor Ernesto did with Haki R. Madhubuti, founder of Third World Press, at The Left Forum. His interview is very inspiring and highlights the importance [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download The Republican National Convention is coming to Tampa, Florida next week, and a constellation of groups are coming out to protest the GOP and its positions, from abortion rights to immigration. This edition of the podcast, Jared Hamil, spokesperson for the Coalition to March on the RNC, talks [...]
POCO! PODCAST: Former NSA Analyst Speaks On Being Convicted Of Violating The Espionage Act of 1917 & PM Press Founder On Occupy Wallstreet!
Zari Sundiata interviews former NSA Analyst Ken Ford, about his conviction of violating The Espionage Act of 1917; and The Ikonoklast interviews PM Press founder Ramsey Kanaan.
May Day Podcast: Black Agenda Report’s Margaret Kimberley(Posted May 3, Due To Technical Diffculties)
BAR’s Margaret Kimberley talks with us about Iran, class, the death of Black politics, and much more.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download People Of Color Organize! continues its recordings from the 2012 Left Forum, plus gives shoutouts to our many friends showing up love and solidarity via Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter. Left Forum 2012 speeches this edition feature M1 of Dead Prez, Tanzeem Shaneela of Take Back the Bronx and [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download With the recent arrest of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin, questions about movements, class, social media and criminal justice have become more prominent. Why did this struggle generate so much attention? What were the strategic successes and mistakes? And where does the pursuit of justice, [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download On Monday, April 9, six Florida State University students made international headlines by conducting a bold act of civil disobedience: blocking the doors of the police department that failed to jail George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin. This edition of the podcast, we talk with one [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download On this episode of POCO’s podcast, we kickoff the first in a series of podcasts in our coverage of the 2012 Left Forum, that was held at Pace University in New York City. Today we play excerpts from Black Agenda Report’s Executive Editor Glen Ford and Black Agenda [...]
POCO! PODCAST-The Vengeance of Vertigo: Aphasia and Objection in the Political Trials of Black Insurgents- Dr. Frank B. Wilderson III
Podcast: Play in new window | Download On this episode of the People Of Color Organize! Podcast we present one of our most venerated radical scholars, Dr. Frank B. Wilderson III. Dr. Wilderson was the keynote speaker for the Abriendo Brecha Activist Scholarship Conference IX at The University of Texas at Austin Friday, February [...]
Kwame Ture speaks on POCO podcast.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download With the Left Forum closing its extended panel deadline on Jan. 31 and unveiling its agenda of sessions, the 2012 event looks to bring people together around the theme “Occupying the System: Confronting Global Capitalism.” The Left Forum’s coordinator, Seth Adler, drops in to discuss the Left Forum, [...]
We feature excerpts from a talk by investigative journalist Greg Palast and much more.
On this episode of the podcast People Of Color Organize, Zari and Ikonoklast interview Hip-Hop Activist/Artist, Immortal Technique.
Dr. Reid Andrews of the University of Pittsburgh is our guest this edition of the podcast, which covers Black life in Latin America.
Conversations on the Occupy movement take off in our new podcast.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download During this year’s conference of the Association of Black Psychologists an important panel on the issue of African people’s sovereignty was discussed. From the perspectives of history, economics, resources, governance, media, culture and politics panelists attempted to address the question of sovereignty and its practical definition in [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Zari and Ikonoklast were honored to be guests on The Legacy Edition of We Ourselves hosted by Professor Jared A. Ball on WPFW Pacifica station in Washington D.C. We discussed POCO’s work around and perspectives on colonialism, race and political organization. Specifically we talked about several of our more popular posts which [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Former political prisoner and Black Panther Party activist Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin speaking on community organizing is featured in this edition of the People of Color Organize! Podcast. Kom’boa, the inaugural member of the POCO! advisory committee (in formation), has a long history of self-determination as well as multiracial [...]