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Radio Milwaukee joins music industry for 'Black Out Tuesday'

A brick building with large windows and a sign that reads "88Nine Radio Milwaukee" in an elevated position on the front of the building.
Darris Lee Harris
Radio Milwaukee's headquarters in Walker's Point.

Today, the music industry is making a statement of solidarity in response to the death of George Floyd called “Black Out Tuesday.”

As a station, we aren’t able to turn off for the day, so we are turning up. All day, we will play nothing but Black artists, and Community Stories will share the messages of the protests happening in our city. 

At Radio Milwaukee, we work every day, to advocate for a more just and inclusive community. A community that values Black lives. And we will not stop.