St. Louis Radio Personality Opens Airwaves For Ferguson Community
Almost two weeks after the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, protesters are still flooding the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, each night to air their grievances.
Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson speaks to Jowcol “Boogie D” Dolby about why he decided to open the phone lines and airwaves to the people of St. Louis and the surrounding area.
- Jowcol Dolby, DJ and radio personality known as Boogie D. He’s also program director of both Hot 104.1 and Old School 95.5 in St. Louis. He tweets @boogied_.