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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 Producers: Frankie Meixner, Jeron Wilson, Matt Patston, & Andy Coco

Jun 3, 2020

In this special episode of Tangazo!, host Hank Thompson speaks with Sgt. Heather Taylor, President of the Ethical Society of St. Louis Police Officers Association, and Adolphus Pruitt, president of the St. Louis City branch NAACP. Join us as we speak on the violent and unjust situations that keep occurring in the U.S....

Apr 28, 2020

On this week's episode, host Hank Thompson speaks with Congressman William Lacy Clay Jr., to discuss what his thoughts and actions are regarding new stimulus checks for the American people. The Congressman also discusses the important decision Joe Biden will need to make in choosing a Vice President to run with him...

Apr 7, 2020

Guest host, Tishaura Jones speaks with guests Michael Butler, St. Louis City Recorder of Deeds, State Senator Brian Williams, and Dwayne Butler, CEO of the Betty Jean Kerr's People's Health Centers. The topic is the coronavirus, and how prepared Missourians are to beat this epidemic. 

Mar 17, 2020

Join host Hank Thompson as he speaks with local artists and discusses the importance of communication through art during these trying times. Rapper Tef Poe, soul singer Laka, Dwight Bosman, and artist Robert Weir speak on their vision and hopeful influence for the coming years.

Mar 4, 2020

Host Hank Thompson speaks with St. Louis County health director, Spring Schmidt, St. Louis City health director, Dr. Fred Echols, and community activist, Jamala Rogers to discuss the 2019 Coronavirus and St. Louis’ ability to handle an epidemic.