This afternoon 102 JAMZ turned off the music, for Jamlando to “SPEAKOUT,” for Trayvon Martin. We had some local activists, as well as some your favorite JAMZ artist, DJ Khaled, Trina, DJ Drama, and Waka Flocka, called in and spoke with DJ D Strong. We also had some JAMZ listeners make their presence felt through the phones and text message. While Melony Torres and the JAMZ Street Squad checked in from the rally in Sanford.
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