Archive for July, 2011


On this episode we build with Troy Nkrumah, currently President and CEO of the Anchorage, Alaska chapter of the Urban League. We discuss the birth and demise of the National Hip-Hop Political Convention (2003-2008), the centennial conference of the Urban League meeting in Boston, and his work with urban communities in Anchorage. In Part 2 we speak with Malcolm Chu, a community organizer with the No One Leaves campaign, an anti-foreclosure initiative based in Springfield, Massachusetts. We get commentaries from Mumia Abu Jamal on Japan’s nuclear program, and Dr. Jared Ball on the recently released documentary on A Tribe Called Quest. Enjoy, comment, and subscribe to the site for instant updates. Let’s build!

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Peace. On this episode, Rosa Clemente, a long-time Hip-Hop activist and new addition to the TRGGR Radio fam, joined Chris and Rec for her first show with the crew. Featured guests include MANUEL La FONTAINE of the Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity coalition, CLIFF THORNTON of Efficacy, local activist LISA DiPIANO on urban homesteading, and last but not least, BK emcee TALIB KWELI who spoke with us from Pittsfield, Massachusetts just before his show at the Colonial Theatre. Enjoy!

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Peace, another gem dug up from the TRGGR Radio Archives. We had Deepa on the show to discuss her book, Targeted: Homeland Security and the Business of Immigration.

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TRGGR w Davey D (2007)

Posted: July 21, 2011 by trggradio in Activism, Bay Area, Davey D, Hip-Hop, Politics

We dug this up from the TRGGR Radio archives. Enjoy.


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Listen & comment. Let’s build. Peace.

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