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What About the Black Community? Candidate Debate

All District 5 and District 7 St. Petersburg city council candidates have been invited to present and discuss the black community on Tuesday, August 6, 7pm at Akwaaba Hall. This debate will be accepting questions from the audience and will be broadcast live on 96.3 FM WBPU. Sponsored by: WBPU 96.3 FM • The Burning […]

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Explosion of Gospel Power

Join Black Power 96.3 FM Community Radio for the Explosion of Gospel Power! Saturday, July 27, doors 4pm, concert 5pm. At Power for Living Ministries Church, 1710 52nd Street S, Gulfport, FL (on the southwest corner of St. Pete) Featuring: The Faithful 5 🎇 Dr. Reverend Fleming Tarver 🎇 Reverend James Davis 🎇 Voice of […]

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July 4th Free Da Mic showcases local talent

On Thursday, July 4, Black Power 96 Radio hosted Free Da Mic! Free Da African Nation! Open Mic night. The community heard dynamic performances by several featured performers including BLA, V.O.C.A.L.E, GBT Babies, Krown and Crunk Coco as well as community members who came up to the open mic. Uhuru Movement leader Omali Yeshitela was […]

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Free Da Mic! Free the African Nation! Open Mic Night

Black Power 96.3 FM Radio presents this open mic night, with featured artists: Krown Deon Crunk Coco GBT Babies VOCALE B.L.A. $5 at the door supports Black Power 96 Radio, which is holding a month-long Member Fund Drive in July. Support the black community owning and controlling our own media! You can sign up to […]

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July Member Fund Drive

Support radio in the hands of the black community! Donate! Volunteer! Become a Supporting Member or renew today! Tune in all month long for special programming and special thank yous when you donate. Donate online now! Or come to the station and drop off a donation!

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Help us raise $7,000 during the July Member Fund Drive!

Black working class truth in the media is nearly impossible to find. In news reports, Africans are portrayed as criminal thugs or permanently poor and incapable of self-reliance. Tracks played on the corporate-owned “urban” radio stations serve to divide and slander the African community, promoting horizontal (“black-on-black”) violence, degrading African women and glorifying the illegal […]

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Black Power 96 Radio boosts local artists

Local musicians are gaining exposure on Black Power 96 Radio’s weekly “Local Going Global” contest  that invites listeners to vote for their favorite local artist. Hundreds of votes are counted each week, mostly from St. Pete residents, but also from listeners as far away as New York and Colorado who tune in through the station’s […]

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