Former Green Party VP candidate Rosa Clemente gets radio show

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“Hip-Hop State of Mind” will be broadcast in the NYC metro area (including parts of Connecticut, New Jersey and Long Island) on Saturdays at noon. There is also listening on-line and some archives through the WBAI web-site.

4 thoughts on “Former Green Party VP candidate Rosa Clemente gets radio show

  1. nina

    This is a great show. It’s real and tackles issues and news that the mainstream media doesn’t cover. Rosa is a joy to listen to and it feels like she just walked into your kitchen and is istting down having a conversation with you. I love this show and look forward to it each week.

  2. Michael Cavlan

    Is this WBAI or WBAI in Exile?

    Does Rosa know about those people, like Don DeBar and others who were fired by WBAI “management” who have been trying to “professionalize” (in otherwise corporatize) WBAI? This has been going on all over the country with independent radio stations. Including KFAI Fresh Air radio in Minnesota.

    As an aside Rosa Clamente was spectacular when she spoke at the rally on the first day of the RNCC in St Paul last year.

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