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The Revolutionary Road Radio Show, Feb 2nd Edition, Black History Month, Tan Talk 1340AM

Join us at the Revolutionary Road Radio Show as we celebrate Black History Month all this Month with special guests. Tonight we continue a speech that Cornel West gave at Mt Zion AME Church in St. Pete., recently. Join our hosts, The Rev., Connie Burton, Barb Wright, Peter Rodriquez, and Hip Hop sensation Krown Deon as we discuss the issues and West’s speech. Call for info at 727 278 1547.
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THE REVOLUTIONARY ROAD RADIO SHOW, A Production of the Revolutionary Caucus and Squatter Records, IS A RADIO SHOW COMMITTED TO PROMOTING REVOLUTIONARY RADICAL IDEAS THROUGH POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT, DISCUSSION, MUSIC, ART, AND CULTURE. HOSTED BY REV. BRUCE WRIGHT AND HIP HOP ARTIST KROWN DEON. WITH SPECIAL GUEST CO HOST, HOUSING RIGHTS AND COMMUNITY ACTIVIST CONNIE BURTON. WE BROADCAST Every Moral Mondays AT 10PM ON AM 1340 TAN TALK. (WWW.TANTALK1340.COM). IN ADDITION TO BEING ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB, WE WILL BE SIMULCAST ON 2 OTHER AM STATIONS, PODCASTED, LIVE STREAMED AND BROADCASTED ON YOUTUBE. And it has a download app. by going to tan talk website. EMAIL US FOR DETAILS OR GO TO WWW.TANTALK1340.COM FOR DETAILS.

WE ARE SPONSORED BY ST. PETERSBURG COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE (1624 CENTRAL AVE., ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA, PHONE IS 727 823 1700, Genaro Coffee Company (1047 Central Ave. St. Petersburg, Florida, ph is 727 202 6956,
St. Petersburg Catholic Worker House (www.facebook.com/societyofstgemmagalginicatholicworkerhouse), My Place in Recovery addictions recovery and thrift store (727) 244 0427 , Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign (www.economichumanrights.org) , UHURU Solidarity Committee (www.apscuhuru.org), and Refuge Ministries and LRNA (www.lrna.org), and STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY AT USF ST. PETE (www.facebook.com/studentsforademocraticsociety-usfsp), Socialist Party USA, TAMPA BAY CHAPTER, and the Pinellas Greens. If you want to sponsor or know more, Call 727 278 1547 for info.

Show topics will include the Police State, Police Brutality, Hip/Hop and Punk as revolutionary art forms, anti-war and peace, racism, sexism, homophobia, poverty and class, the Prison Industrial Complex, dismantling Capitalism, Radical Poetry and Art, artist interviews, interviews with activists, writers, musicians, historians and poets, localism and mutualism, decentralized authority, consensus and decision making, radical ecology and egalitarianism. JOIN THE REVOLUTION!!

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