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The Scoop: Thurs. June 20th, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Tropical Storm Alberto makes landfall today and the National Hurricane Center is monitoring a disturbance near the Bahamas.

The Scoop: Wed. May 22th, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

FSU lawsuit against the ACC

Florida Refuses Federal Summer Food Partnership, Humanitarian Crisis

Florida cited fear that “strings are attached to Federal money”. Florida let time run out before the deadline to join the Federal Summer EBT program to feed children over the next three months. The opt-out...

Fire and Ice interviewed: Richard a Black Business Owner of The Elite Factory, in the TampaBay Area

Fire and Ice interviewed: Richard a Black Business Owner of The Elite Factory, in the TampaBay Area a professional gym that welcome everyone to train and develop good health habit whether you are up...

Tampa leaders unveil plans for new community center in Robles Park

Listen: On Monday, Tampa political and housing leaders unveiled plans for a new community center in Robles Park. This is the first step in a revitalization for the aging public housing community in Tampa. US...

Reconciliation Resolution, Energy Omnibus Bill

Sister Connie Burton and the Sunday Forum/Fourth Estate crew Tampa civic activist, Connie Burton, returns to WMNF to visit the Forum to discuss Tampa City Council Resolution 568. The Racial Resolution was the city’s attempt...

Report shows heat hits harder on vulnerable communities

Listen: Last year was the hottest year on record. A new report spotlights the effects of extreme heat on health, especially for disadvantaged communities. The report, by the nonpartisan nonprofit Trust for America’s Health, highlighted...

“Origins”, Con-Men and Vengeance

The Florida Governor ended his struggling presidential campaign and president 45 lingers on with a campaign to shield him from multiple prosecutions. Also, a special review of the book “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontent”....

Racial Capitalism. The Language Revolution.

Tanya Maria Golash-Boza – Before Gentrification – The Creation Of DC’s Racial Wealth Gap Tanya Maria Golash-Boza delves into fascinating yet often daunting details to explain how a century of redlining, disinvestment, and the War...
MLK memorial DC

MLK Jr Day: Food Justice and Inequality

The continuing fight for food and economic justice is highlighted as we celebrate the birthday of the “Drum major for justice” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. library of Congress Hunger and homelessness speak to a...

Brownfields, People Power and More Funk

Today is Human Rights Day. A brownfield is a property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. A Brownfield...

The Politics of Incarceration and Re-entry

Florida has an incarceration rate of 795 per 100.000 people including prisons, jails, immigration detention and juvenile justice. This means Florida locks up a higher percentage of it’s people than any democracy on earth. Many...

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