New York City Radio Stations To Simulcast One Voice Open Discussion

It will focus on “the relationship between the African American community and police.”

July 11, 2016
New York City Radio Stations To Simulcast <i>One Voice</i> Open Discussion

On July 14 three New York radio stations and their websites will broadcast an open discussion titled One Voice. WQHT-FM HOT 97, WBLS-FM 107.5 and WLIB-AM 1190 will be airing the talk at 4 P.M. EST. It will focus "on the recent deaths that have divided the nation and placed racism & police brutality back into the spotlight, with the hope being to provide perspective, voice to the intense emotions caused by these events, and identify potential actions which will produce positive change," according to a press release for the event.

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Hosting duties will be handled by HOT 97's Ebro & Peter Rosenberg from Ebro in the Morning, HOT 97 & FOX 5 reporter Lisa Evers, WBLS’ Bob Slade from Open Line, and WBLS & WLIB's Bishop Hezekiah Walker & Ann Tripp. Special guests will join the hosts for a panel discussion. While airing, listeners can call into the show at 800-223-9797 to join the talks or use the hashtag #OneVoice on social media.

New York City Radio Stations To Simulcast One Voice Open Discussion