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 Indy Radio Garden 
 Black History Month celebration
 Weekly Program
 James Bailey, Paula Paul, Marge Niedda
 Prometheus Radio Project, CIMA  
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Today we have a selection from Germantown's highly regarded jazz musician Monette Sudler and Trapeta Mayson, poet Laureate of Philadelphia. And interviews with two labor organizers of the Warehouse Workers for Justice (WWJ), Bobby Frierson and Mark Balentine, who are fighting to organize workers and defend their rights in the midst of the pandemic, without guarantees, suffering workplace harassment, and many times dismissal for retaliation for organizing themselves.
Host: James Bailey from WHGE-LP 95.3 Afro-American Historical Society of Delaware.
Paula Paul from WRLG-LP 92.9 Germantown Live Enrichment Center.
Marge Niedda, from Radio CATA, WCNU-LP 102.5, the station of the Farmworkers Support Committee.
Prometheus Radio Project Production.

 02-24-2021 Download Program Podcast
00:30:00 English 2021-03-23
 Delaware
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Indy Radio Garden 5, This week highlights from community radio in the Philadelphia region  00:30:00  128Kbps mp3
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