To present a periodical look at alternatives to the dominant intellectual culture in the United States.

Black Journalism Review–published in Washington, D.C., the American Capital City–fashions itself as a Village Voice on the Potomac River.

The abrupt program shift prompted several listeners to say out loud what Jazz aficionados in Washington have been whispering among themselves for months:

that the group which took control of the Pacifica Foundation nearly one year ago in the settlement of a lawsuit is trying to disenfranchise the mostly Black listeners and staff who have since 1977 supported WPFW and nursed it from its infancy into one of the largest Black-managed non-commercial stations in the entire country.

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