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Tangazo is a meeting place where we share ideas and explore efforts to improve our human conditions and quite simply make our lives better. All are welcome, none will be judged, but all are challenged to look beyond ourselves and our notions of how others think about issues of cultural​,​ political and social significance. We are building bridges of communication between the many groups that make up the St​. L​ouis Metropolitan Region by sharing and reflecting on the stories and lives of a diverse group of guests.

Host and Producer: Hank Thompson

Technical Producer: Jeron Wilson

Oct 14, 2019

In this week's episode, guest host Tracey Shanklin assembles a panel to discuss the introduction of legal cannabis use in the state of Missouri. Guests include Dr. Mimi Vo, on the medical uses of cannabis; Zach Post, on cannabis investing and entrepreneurship; and Khadesia Adams, on the changing trends in the cannabis...


Oct 8, 2019

In this week's episode, Tangazo's guest host, the right Rev. Darryl Gray, dives into the Cure Violence initiative in St. Louis and its potential usefulness in solving one of the region's most persistent issues. The guest panel this week includes Jamala Rogers, executive director of the Organization for Black...


Sep 23, 2019

Lauren Parks President of HouseofMiles ESL joins Robert Powerful founder of Portfolio art and education Gallery along with kdhx on air personality Edie Anderson touting her new play book “Jazz in my Soul” a Marvin Gaye Fantasy! 

 

 


Aug 26, 2019

In this week's episode, our guest is Richard Gaines, who spent more than a dozen years as a member of the special administrative board for St. Louis Public Schools. We talk with Richard about his work in public education, what has changed and what hasn't, and what must happen for St. Louis's schoolchildren in...


Aug 20, 2019

In this week's episode, we speak with Andrew Glass and the Rev. Rob McClish, from the Fathers' Support Center. Glass and Rev. McClish share their personal stories and talk about their work to end the cycle of single parenthood in St. Louis.