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WMNF Presents: A Juneteenth Celebration

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Come celebrate Juneteenth with your Tampa Bay community and Community Radio Station! WMNF 88.5FM recognizes Juneteenth with an array of Black excellence, featuring local Tampa Bay spoken word poets, Soul Caravan starring Theo Valentin, Rita Wilson, Tron Montgomery, and Hiram Hazley with Musical Directors Kenny Walker & Vincent Sims! Expect the best renditions of Earth, Wind and Fire, a soul revue, as well as Donald L. Dowridge, Jr. as Frederick Douglass opening the show, all while connecting with neighbors and friends. Honor this historical holiday with great music, dancing in the aisles, friendly company, and WMNF!

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