City Issues, Historical voices and a sad good-bye


Tampa Councilperson Lynn Hurtak visits to discuss city issues such as water quality issues, code enforcement, law enforcement and education.

Laura Rodriguez introduced Frank Chapman, an anti-repression activist and leader theoritician who will be a keynote speaker at a Black History Month celebration and rally. The Fourth Estate and the Sunday Forum says ‘good-bye’ to Umeko.


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