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Station Update for July 28, 2018

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 […]

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Make the Southside black again!

On Sunday, July 22, 3pm-5pm EDT – Black Power Sunday Rally. Come to Akwaaba Hall located at 1245 TyRon Lewis (18th Ave S) in St. Pete, FL or watch on Facebook LIVE. This week’s program: Make the Southside Black Again! Featuring special guest Iniko Kitemoma of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM). He will […]

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Diasporic Music on July 22, 2018

Tune in Sunday, July 22, 2pm-4pm EDT for Diasporic Music. Join hosts Norman “Otis” Richmond (aka Jalali) and Malinda Francis (aka Mali Docuvixen) as they play a dynamic mix of music and interview this week’s special guests: Lawrence Hamm of People’s Organization for Progress Coach Hardy Williams. Long before Colin Kaepernick, Hardy Williams refused to […]

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Station Update for July 21, 2018

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 […]

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Black Agenda Radio’s interview with Dahoud Andre

Tune in Monday, June 23, from 6am to 10am EDT for Good Morning Afrika. The show will replay and discuss Black Agenda Radio’s interview with Dahoud Andre, of the Brooklyn-based Committee to Mobilize Against Dictatorship in Haiti on the massive riots against huge hikes in fuel prices bringing down the government of Prime Minister Guy […]

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Hell no, we won’t go!

On Sunday, July 15, 3pm-5pm EDT – Black Power Sunday Rally. Come to Akwaaba Hall located at 1245 TyRon Lewis (18th Ave S) in St. Pete, FL or watch on Facebook LIVE. This week’s program: Hell no, we won’t go: mayor Rick Kriseman wants us homeless, we will fight back! Featuring Communities United for Reparations […]

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