Revolutionary Road, Jan. 12th 2014 Edition at 10pm
Join the Revolutionary Road Radio show tonight as they will speak to Eagle Spitz from England about Drones, his punk band, homelessness, and poetry from across the pond, in the land of “V”, with my usual co-hosts Housing Rights Activist Connie Burton, Hip Hop Sensation Krown Deon, The Rev., and Barb. We will also give a review of the film, “Selma”, and trailer from the Documentary film that is happening at USF St. Pete this Thursday, Jan. 15 at 6pm called “From Montgomery to Memphis” (about Dr. King’s March for Poor People), and talk of upcoming events, including renowned author/activist Rivera Sun, highlighting her book, “The Dandelion Insurrection”, plus we will have tickets to give away to a benefit show for the Refuge, with the Punk bands, Pennywise and Anti-Flag. Call in line will be open when tix given away.
Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/399833050194764/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
THE REVOLUTIONARY ROAD RADIO SHOW, A Production of the Revolutionary Caucus and Squatter Records, IS A RADIO SHOW COMMITTED TO PROMOTING REVOLUTIONARY RADICAL IDEAS THROUGH POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT, DISCUSSION, MUSIC, ART, AND CULTURE. HOSTED BY REV. BRUCE WRIGHT AND HIP HOP ARTIST KROWN DEON. WITH SPECIAL GUEST CO HOST, HOUSING RIGHTS AND COMMUNITY ACTIVIST CONNIE BURTON. WE BROADCAST Every Moral Mondays AT 10PM ON AM 1340 TAN TALK. (WWW.TANTALK1340.COM). IN ADDITION TO BEING ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB, WE WILL BE SIMULCAST ON 2 OTHER AM STATIONS, PODCASTED, LIVE STREAMED AND BROADCASTED ON YOUTUBE. And it has a download app. by going to tan talk website. EMAIL US FOR DETAILS OR GO TO WWW.TANTALK1340.COM FOR DETAILS.
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Show topics will include the Police State, Police Brutality, Hip/Hop and Punk as revolutionary art forms, anti-war and peace, racism, sexism, homophobia, poverty and class, the Prison Industrial Complex, dismantling Capitalism, Radical Poetry and Art, artist interviews, interviews with activists, writers, musicians, historians and poets, localism and mutualism, decentralized authority, consensus and decision making, radical ecology and egalitarianism. JOIN THE REVOLUTION!!