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 […]
Month: June 2019
Shannon Stovell, Director of Feeling Free Learning summer program, brought a group of students in for a tour of the Black Power 96 Radio studio. We welcome students of all ages to our News and Public Affairs summer training program every Sunday from 1:00pm-2:30pm ET. Thanks to Shannon for this photo collage of their visit!