Tampa FNB activist ends hunger strike after judge’s decision halting Ft. Lauderdale feeding rule
Florida environmental land group holds rare meeting in Bradenton
Radioactivity callers weigh in on working retail on Black Friday
Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks with 81-year-old Rhana Bazzini who began walking- 300 miles in October from Sarasota to Tallahassee in an effort to win support for campaign finance. Her plan is to arrive in the state capitol by December 3.
USF students will rally against police brutality and in solidarity with Ferguson protesters
Some Tampa WalMart workers will walk out on day after Thanksgiving
A Thanksgiving look at the cultural importance of shared meals
The Florida Public Service Commission slashes energy savings goals
The show discusses Habitat for Humanity, the need for affordable housing, how to volunteer and how to make donations.
Tampa activists upset with no indictment of Ferguson cop
Uhurus protest in St. Pete over no indictment for Ferguson officer
Ft. Lauderdale hunger striker continues to protest city’s ban on sharing food in parks
Call in show about backyard chickens
Discussion of the ways artists created the exhibition See. Hear. Feel.
Migrant farmers join forces with social justice advocates to demand fair wages and treatment of migrant workers
NAOMI KLEIN Talks with Mary Glenney
Today on Radioactivity we hear the President’s speech on immigration and then Rob Lorei opened the phones to hear what listeners thought.
Protests and civil disobedience expected in St. Petersburg after Ferguson grand jury announcement
In anticipation of tonight’s immigration speech by President Obama Radioactivity discusses the treatment undocumented Cuban immigrants when they come to the US with Hiram A. Ruiz Director, Refugee Services for the Department of Children and Families.
La Gaceta’s Joe O’Neill on immigration, Bob Buckhorn & other issues
SDS wants USF to end its association with CENTCOM
Alex Duensing and Richard McDaniel of The Disston Heights Civic Association joined Radioactivity to discuss about their upcoming DIY festival.
Rob Lorei speaks to Alan Cohn a former investigative TV reporter who ran for Florida’s 15th Congressional District seat in this month’s mid-term election.
premiere of the the feature-length film, Food Chains , which debuts in Tampa on 11/21 at AMC Veterans 12. Shot mostly in the I-4 corridor, the film chronicles the realities of our nation’s farmworkers and follows the CIW’s Campaign for Fair Food
two of the top political reporters in the state, Steve Bousquet the Tallahassee Bureau Chief of the Tampa Bay Times and William March who was (until this week) the top political reporter at The Tampa Tribune join Rob Lorei to discuss the elections