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Jimmy Lee's Underground Radio Show

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This hip hop political talk show based in Chicago is moderated by Jimmy Lee Tillman, II, an urban political strategist, founder of the Martin Luther King Republicans, and father of three. Special contributions from Shaun "MacDaddy" Ross Boom Boom Room with celebrity guests. Callers are from many political, ethnic,and religious backgrounds , all of whom possess diverse viewpoints and hail from urban regions across the United States. Weekly programming include Open Mic Monday, What's Goin' On Wednesday, and New Music Thursday. The weekly Jimmy Lee Underground Radio Network Most Requested Top Ten highlights independent artist from across the U.S. whose underground fans email, IM,Facebook and call in the network. Past guest include Yo Yo, Spinderella, Tony Mercedes,, Onyx's Sticky Fingers, Organized Kunfusion's Prince Po, Kel Mitchell, Kym Whitley, Doug Williams, and many more. Contact the host at jimmyleeunderground@gmail.com

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Broadcasting LIVE from the Talk of Chicago WVON1690. Join Dorothy Wright Tillman and callers from across America for an insightful discussion about the Black community. 7/25/15

LIVE 7/18/2015 Join Coffee, Tea, and a Conversation with Dorothy Wright Tillman with special guest Prof. James Smalls discussing insightful topics related to the Black community.

LIVE from the Talk of Chicago WVON1690 AM, civil right veteran Dorothy Wright Tillman provocative talk show covering topics related to the Black community.

Join civil rights veteran, author, and talk show host Dorothy Wright Tillman for an Independence Day discussion, Broadcasting from the Talk of Chicago WVON 1690AM.

Join civil rights veteran and talk show commentator Dorothy Wright Tillman for another in depth discussion on topics in the Black community in the US and worldwide.

LIVE on the Talk of Chicago WVON

LIVE from the Talk of Chicago

Join civil rights veteran Dorothy Wright Tillman for another insightful discussion on Black community issues on the Talk of Chicago WVON 1690AM. This week we are celebrating Black Music Month.

May 30, 2015 Dororthy Wright Tillman discuss the 1921 Tulsa Massacre with Prof. James Smalls.
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