Talking about the Voice of the Revolution

If you were on Zé during the Ascension Revolt thirty years ago, even if you did not fight in it, you knew of the Voice of the Revolution.

This poet and firebrand’s transmissions energized the Sunken and Unmoored through years of bloody battles. They bolstered their allies’ morale during the struggle, but were they also complicit in ordering the deaths of hundreds if not thousands? Since they were never identified, their place in history is still open for debate.

CNB has acquired six audio tracks (with transcripts), from the first (suspected) intercepted transmission through the fully produced broadcasts to that last, painful, panicked apology.

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