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PHOTO CAPTION – KJLH’s Front Page show hosted by Dominique DiPrima (center) shows solidarity with the nation over the death of Trayvon Martin by wearing their hoodies while broadcasting special coverage of the Martin case. Dominique is pictured with (l to r) Abeid, Dominique Dright, Angela Hoffman, Tal Talib, Jasmyne Cannick, Avi Bernard, Brenda Caddell.
KJLH-FM to Host Los Angeles Town Hall Meeting 'Black Men Standing Our Ground: Justice for Trayvon Martin'
Los Angeles Radio Station Continues Unparalleled Coverage of Trayvon Martin Case
WHO: KJLH-FM Brian Dunn, Attorney, Cochran Firm Connie Rice, Attorney, Advancement Project Minister Tony Muhammad, Nation of Islam Dominique DiPrima, Host, the Front Page Show, KJLH-FM and more...
WHAT: Town Hall Meeting
WHEN: Saturday, March 31, 2012, 8 AM – 11AM
WHERE: Faithful Central Bible Church 321 N. Eucalyptus Inglewood, CA 90301
Los Angeles Radio Station Continues Unparalleled Coverage of Trayvon Martin CaseLOS ANGELES – Los Angeles radio station KJLH-FM, the leading broadcast radio station for African-Americans and urban consumers in Southern California, will host a town hall meeting entitled “Black Men Standing Our Ground: Justice for Trayvon Martin” on Saturday, March 31 from 8AM to 11AM in Inglewood, Calif. at Faithful Central Bible Church. Located at 321 North Eucalyptus Street in Inglewood, the event is free and open to the public. Confirmed speakers include Cochran Firm attorney Brian Dunn and the Advancement Project’s Connie Rice, Minister Tony Muhammad with the Nation of Islam among others. KJLH’s Dominique DiPrima, host of the award-winning Front Page Show, will moderate the discussion. For more information, please call (310) 330-2200 or log onto www.kjlhradio.com.
Providing around the clock news coverage and updates regarding the case of the unarmed 17-year-old Sanford, Florida teen Trayvon Martin, who was killed February 26 by a neighborhood block watch captain, KJLH’s is the most trusted radio source in Los Angeles for news affecting the African-American community in Los Angeles and around theworld. KJLH’s award-winning show the Front Page show heard weekdays from 4:30AM until 6AM, has featured exclusive interviews regarding the Martin case, including police procedures expert and retired L.A.P.D. officer Timothy Williams, southern region Final Call reporter Brother Jesse Muhammad, and CNN analyst Roland Martin.
The station’s coverage continues Wednesday, Mar. 28, on the Front Page with Florida Congressional representative Corrine Brown and Federica Wilson who willdiscuss Florida’s Stand Your Ground law. Political commentator and Florida native Andre Egglletion will also join the conversation.
Thursday, Mar. 29, rapper, actress, and activist Yo-Yo who will be live in studio to talk about the Trayvon Martin case from her perspective as well as why she’s called out other rappers to join her in calling for justice for the Martin family and young Black men everywhere. “White People, You Will Never Look Suspicious Like Trayvon Martin!” author Michael Skolnik of GlobalGrind.com and Russell Simmons’ Hip-Hop Action Network, will also be on the show.
Friday, March 30, listeners will get a chance to react and participate in the conversation as the Front Pagehosts Radio Free® Open Phones Friday regarding the Trayvon Martin case.
Owned by Stevie Wonder’s Taxi Productions, KJLH is the leading broadcast radio station for African-Americans and urban consumers in Southern California. The Los Angeles home for the Steve Harvey Morning Show, KJLH’s award-winning Front Page show with Dominique DiPrima is Los Angeles’ only talk radio show focused on African-American issues.
Since 1992, the Front Page show has been Black Los Angeles’ early communications drum heard exclusively on Radio Free® 102.3 KJLH. Hosted by Emmy-winning producer and talk radioveteran Dominique DiPrima, the Front Page features numerous newsmakers, political leaders, opinion leaders, and more discussing issues of national and local importance to SoCal’s African-American community.