Black Power 96 Radio was part of an African People’s Education and Defense Fund booth at the latest University of South Florida-St. Petersburg “Get on Board Day,” where students learned about volunteer opportunities with the station. From helping produce shows, to outreach, fundraising and event planning, Black Power 96 Radio is a great place to […]
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Thanks to contributions from supporters in St. Petersburg, FL and across the country, the work to extend Black Power 96 Radio’s broadcast tower from 45 feet to 70 feet high has begun. This week workers removed the top section of the tower in preparation for adding two new sections that will increase the height, enabling […]
This past Friday, volunteers Iquan, Anthony and Robert spread the word about Black Power 96 outside of Wang’s and Thangs. The restaurant located at 1100 16th St S, in St. Petersburg recently became an underwriter of the station. Volunteer with Black Power 96! Whatever your skills and interests, there is a way for you to […]
Katrina in North Carolina became a Supporting Member! Black Power 96 sends a big SHOUT OUT to all those who contributed during our July Member Fund Drive. Many listeners from St. Pete and around the world donated to show their support for black power radio. We were able to increase our base of monthly sustaining […]
Welcome to Robert! He is the newest volunteer who has joined our Underwriting Team, winning businesses to support the station. Florida artists FlossyBoi and APJ stopped by to talk about their music with show host Iquan last week on #NoKlass. Tune in to #NoKlass every Tuesday and Wednesday at 3pm ET. Activists from the African […]
Black Power 96 provides the African working class with training and access to radio broadcasting like no other station does! Welcome Gail Patricia Lothian! Gail is the newest volunteer engineer-in-training. She debuted her skills last week on My People’s Keeper which airs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm ET. Station manager Diakiesse Lungisani (right) welcomes the […]
Despite the rain, many came out to enjoy the program that featured a keynote presentation by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, performances by local artists and activities for children. Mark your calendar for next July 4th – See YOU at the 2019 Reunion!