May 19, 2023
StLouis City black elected officials, might want to take a moment to consider, putting aside their differences and working together for the common good. ——-
That’s a winning strategy being used by north county mayors, Ella M. Jones of Ferguson and newly elected, social justice activist minister, Mayor Dinah Tatman...
May 10, 2023
Last evening’s discussion on the the KDHX podcast Tangazo, took a deeper dive into the events that led up to the resignation of, StLouis’s first African American Circuit Attorney, Kimberly Gardner. ———
Social justice activist Walle Amusa, attorneys Randall C Cahill, Charles Kirksey and social justice activist...
Apr 26, 2023
Mothers Day and all things related the importance of mothers to the wellbeing of the family, was the theme for last evening’s recording, of the KDHX podcast Tangazo. ———
Patricia Regenia Bosman, is president of the Haven of Grace, a full service north side agency, serving homeless pregnant women since...
Apr 13, 2023
In all my years of broadcasting, I was always determined to not be a race baiter, someone who had nothing else to talk about other than racism and racial matters. ——-
I was mentored as a young man by former Missouri Congressman Bill Clay sr., who never retreated not one inch, from his duty and obligation to uplift...
Apr 1, 2023
I should begin this post with a disclaimer, the KDHX podcast
Tangazo, does not endorse any political candidates, nor are we
involved with the candidates’s campaigns, that are guest on the
Our purpose is to present an African American perspective, on issues of importance to the various communities, that...