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Radical OC Mixtape Radio 12

19. November 2012

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Celebrating one year of Radical OC Mixtape Radio from November 2011-2012! With Anaheim cracking down on yard sales while shelling out millions on resort area developments, what track better to kick off this episode than “Korokoza” by Comrade Fatso & Chabvondoka? In the Shona language, ‘korokoza’ means ‘to hustle’ and that’s what people do in […]

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Radical OC Mixtape Radio 11

23. September 2012

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Back to the basics! After the thematic #DecolonizeAnaheim mixtape, Radical OC Radio returns with an end of summer episode spotlighting the best in underground and political rap! Kicking things off is Rebel Diaz with their solidarity song “Chicago Teacher” supporting the struggle against the bipartisan neoliberal assault on public education. Next up is an OC […]

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Decolonize Anaheim: Radical OC Mixtape Radio #10

24. August 2012

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One month after social unrest exploded in the city of Anaheim on July 24th following two fatal officer-involved shootings of young Latino men, Radical OC Mixtape Radio presents a special episode reflecting on all that has transpired. In addition to the playlist below, voices include Theresa Smith who lost her son Caesar Cruz to the […]

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Radical OC Mixtape Radio #9

14. July 2012

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As summer rolls along, this month brings faithful listeners a special edition Música en Movimiento Mixtape! That’s right, the sounds of the music and arts festival scheduled to take place Saturday, July 28 at El Centro Cultural de Mexico in downtown SanTana are highlighted in this ninth episode of Radical OC Mixtape Radio. The event […]

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Radical OC Mixtape #8

18. June 2012

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The Radical OC Mixtape Radio project is back ready to kick off the summer with hot tracks! The latest installment features local talent from Anaheim, Long Beach and Northeast LA. Starting things off is Sacred Blasphemy with “Kings are Back.” Later in the episode is an excerpt from Dr. Jared Ball speaking briefly on the […]

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