KMJQ Featured Video

It is “Independence Day” in America. It is most often referred to as “the Fourth of July. On that date in 1776, independence from Great Britain was declared.


While we celebrate the 4th, we generally  take for granted the freedoms and liberties we enjoy. As a participatory democracy, we must be engaged to appreciate and protect our freedoms. Some of our most basic rights are not permitted or are against the law in several countries. tells the story. Read more:

2015 Celebration of Freedom

Source: Radio One Staff / Radio One Staff

Also On Majic 102.1:
Rest In Power: Notable Black Folks Who We’ve Lost In 2021
42 photos