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Select programming from KMOJ's airwaves and community voices. Since first going “on the air” in 1976, KMOJ-89.9-FM continues its legacy as the community-oriented station located in Minneapolis, Minnesota airing a predominantly urban adult contemporary format. “KMOJ’s Community Viewpoint” is one way the station achieves its mission of engaging, supporting and empowering Communities of Color to elevate the way of life of the people of its community and to challenge social and economic disparit ...
 
Welcome & Thank you for joining Royal Talk! A place where love, life, and worldly issues will be discussed throughout the course of each month. Each week we will air different topics, speak about how things can change and be dealt with, have interviews with professionals as well as everyday individuals. Multiple co-hosts, poetry readings, open mic night, music and much more. Royal Talk is for the young as well as the old...all will enjoy! Please join me your host K. Moffitt every Mon., Wed., ...
 
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P.J. Hill is a graduate of North Community High School, played basketball for Ohio State University and continued to play professionally for close to a decade afterward. Today P.J. works as a financial advisor, owns a real-estate company, and coaches basketball. He is committed to dismantling racism in his community and recently helped organize the…
 
Jeff Foxx is an institution and is heard Saturdays at 6pm on KMOJ, Minneapolis. A popular force in New York City radio, Jeff has been “rockin’ the box” for more than 20 years. And there is more to Jeff Foxx than just a smooth, friendly voice. He invaded NY airwaves in the late 1980s before there was a Hot97 or even formal rap radio, he introduced t…
 
Myron Medcalf has previously worked as a news and sports reporter for the Star Tribune and is now a national writer for ESPN. His column will appear in print on Sundays twice a month and also online. He talks with Freddie Bell and Chantel Sings about the ramifications of the Derek Chauvin trial.KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station” による
 
The Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity founding Director, Dr. Rachel Hardeman joins the morning show. The Center is supported by a $5 million dollar gift from Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The center is Dr. Hardeman's vision rewlized.KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station” による
 
Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff discusses students returning to the classrooms. Transition Week: February 1-5 – Enrichment ActivitiesVirtual, Live Q&A: In-Person Learning: Sat., Feb. 6, 10 am to 12 NoonMore on In-Person Learning for PreK-5 StudentsKey dates for In-Person Learning for PreK-5 Students…
 
Dr. Patricia N. Whitley-Williams, President of the National Foundation for Infectious DIseases responds to a survey indicating the US, African Americans are more worried about co-infection with Covid than White and Hispanic adults.KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station” による
 
Should I Get The COVID-19 Vaccine? Questions Answered For The African American Community. Featuring Interviews with Dr. Nathan Chomilo, MDH & Marcus Owens, ED of the African American Leadership ForumHosted by Chantel SinGsPremieres January 25th at 6:00 PM and rebroadcasts January 30th at 7:30 AM on kmojfm.comFunded by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minn…
 
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison talks with Freddie Bell and Chantel SinGs concerning the US Capital riot and local businesses continuing to run afoul of the Governor's executive order regarding restaurant closures during the pandemic.KMOJ-89.9 FM “The People’s Station” による
 
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