Tampa vigil for victims of Charleston mass shooting
Pamela Robinson and Scott Elliott organized a fantastic Juneteenth here at WMNF, and so many people came out to celebrate with us. Both the movie screening and Poetry Is‘s Poetry Open Mic were packed, and the poetry and singing was amazing. Thanks to all of the volunteers and staff who helped put this on, and… Read more »
Radioactivity airs speech by Princeton professor Keeanga Yamahtta Taylor on racism in post-civil rights era
Uhurus respond to church shooting in Charleston
A small aluminum plaque, memorializing a victim of Saint Petersburg racial violence in 1914, is collecting dust in city archives.
Young protesters demonstrate in Tampa for fair policing
MidPoint callers weigh in on running from police
6 Baltimore officers charged in death of Freddie Gray
Tampa Bay Times reporters discuss profiling of poor, black cyclists by Tampa Police
Florida history professor recounts black migration in Florida
Media critic Eric Deggans and USF Professor Roy Kaplan tackle race in America
The city of Saint Petersburg is poised to buy the Dr. Carter G Woodson African-American museum and museum’s administration is reservedly upbeat
A rare Pacifica radio documentary on the 1965 civil rights marches in Selma, Alabama
At the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African-American museum backers filled the main room to listen to advocates explain why the museum’s location means so much.
Call in show with Will Allen
Black Lives Matter march planned for Bradenton; Cornel West on MLK
Rare MLK speech from Antioch College in 1965 marks the beginning of the civil rights leader’s anti-war stance.
Dr. Cornel West, a polarizing black intellectual, gave an electrifying speech at an overflowing church last night in St. Petersburg.
Alternative “Ferguson Black Grand Jury” recommends indictment for officer who killed Michael Brown
Radioactivity speaks with September Penn of Sounds of the Civil Rights Movement: The Power of Song
Black Lives Matter march planned for Tampa on New Year’s Day
Tampa demonstrators shut down streets in solidarity with Ferguson protests
USF students will rally against police brutality and in solidarity with Ferguson protesters
Protests and civil disobedience expected in St. Petersburg after Ferguson grand jury announcement
Opponents of police violence say “Not One More Black Life”