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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
Guest Hosts: Tim Person, Rev. Darryl Gray & Mike Jones
Technical Producers: Kevin Melter, Frankie Meixner, Ryan Voelkel, Jeron Wilson, Matt Patston, Jon Valley

May 20, 2024

This 161st episode of Tangazo - a Podcast from KDHX, will have something for everyone, with social, political and cultural matters being discussed. ------
Social Justice activist Reverend Darryl Gregory Gray, along with Dr. Jazmine Nolan-Echols PhD, former Chairman of the StLouis Charter Commission, join me in the 1st hour for an insightful, informative and compelling discussion, on the cities efforts to further streamline city government. -----
Ron Himes, founder of our magnificent StLouis Black Repertory Theater Company was on hand to talk about the Blk Repertory’s new production of Timbuktu, debuting last evening at the Edison Theater on the Washington University campus. -----
We were privileged to be there for opening night to witness another spectacular performance by the StLouis The St. Louis Black Repertory Company. ------
Timbuktu is a dazzling play, a musical drama that we thoroughly enjoyed along with our guest, Sheila Reed, of St.Louis Public radio and former State Representative, James Whitmore. Andreal Hoosman and Nicole Adewale along with hubby Abe Adewale, Clement and Marsha Cann, were just a few of the many friends, I spotted enjoying opening night of TIMBUKTU! Book by Luther Davis, music and lyrics by Robert Wright , at the Edison Theater at Washington University. -----