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A co-founder of the 80’s hit group, “The Deele”, along with Antonio “LA” Reid and later including Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Summers in 2008 independently released his first CD titled “Labor of Love”

“Built Right in Da Hood: Character, Conversation with Bobby Seale, Co-Founder of the Black Panther Party” Host: Lennie Chism

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Can you name this tune?
“Fish don’t fry in the kitchen. Beans don’t burn on the grill. Took a whole lot of tryin’ just to fix up that meal”
Well… help just arrived… Chelles’ Kitchen, LLC… put down those pots and pans… Shero to the rescue

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Jazz influenced and soulful stylings create an exciting compilation that speaks to the heart. Colie Williams | Light Up the Darkness

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A native of Northern Ireland, A to the L caught the DJ bug around 1984, starting as a regular fan, before moving onto success behind the turntables. Starting with house parties and guest slots at small clubs, he quickly graduated to long residencies in several major Belfast nightclubs. This resulted in a rise in exposure, to the point where he was invited to become the resident mix show DJ on Northern Ireland’s number one-rated commercial radio station Cool FM. The station’s Hiphop show, ‘The Extended Weekend’ was, at the time, the only urban show in the country.

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“Documenting Black History in the Digital AGE: Conversation with Alex Cherian, San Franciso State Film Archivist” Host Lennie Chism – Discussion

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Lennie Chism’s conversation with Civil Rights Legend Marion Barry, Voting Rights, Past, Present, Future, Our Struggle to Vote on KFAI Radio, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, Joined in the conversation by Donald Allen, and Mel Reeves.

Taking it to the STREETS, RONDO DAYS REMOTE BROADCAST

July 20th, 9AM-1:30 PM (Mostly Jazz, Rhythm and Grooves, & Collective Eye)

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