Select programming from KMOJ's airwaves and community voices. Since first going “on the air” in 1976, KMOJ-89.9-FM continues its legacy as the community-oriented station located in Minneapolis, Minnesota airing a predominantly urban adult contemporary format.
“KMOJ’s Community Viewpoint” is one way the station achieves its mission of engaging, supporting and empowering Communities of Color to elevate the way of life of the people of its community and to challenge social and economic disparities, and the persistent consequences of historic racism.
The station call letters, “KMOJ” were inspired by the Swahili word “UMOJA” which means “Unity.” http://kmojfm.com/
05/28/21 Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison talks about the upcoming Kim Potter trial and a Northside Vaccination event.
The Attorney General talks about a June 5th Covid Vaccination event happening on June 5th at the Urban League Twin Cities.
05/28/21 St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter talks State of The City with Freddie Bell and Chantel SinGs.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter talks about the City Budget and a year of Civil Unrest and Covid response.
05-26-2021 Judy Brown- MPLS School Mental Health Support
Judy discusses mental health resources for students in Minneapolis Public Schools.
05/25/21 Freddie Bell Chats with Community Organizer KG Wilson
KG Wilson talks about strategies to end gun violence in the city's Northside.
05/24/2021 Governor Tim Walz reflects with Freddie Bell on events of the last year, one day ahead of the anniversary of George Floyd's murder.
Walz talks about Covid, George Floyd, and racial healing.
05/24/21 George Floyd: A Year Later
With Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice Reporter Georgia Fort, KMOJ takes a look
back over the events of the last year.