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Rays Talk Show Episode 297: Hosts Ray Collazo and Yashira “Yaya” Rivera discuss what Black History Month means to Latinos and their take on the ongoing controversies in Virginia.

In their “Stacking 20s” segment on the 2020 Presidential elections, Collazo breaks down Cory Booker’s chances. Yaya analyzes what to make of the Demi Lovato/21 Savage controversy while the crew also reveals the message of this week’s #SOTU. Apparently, white people should be terrified.

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This episode was originally aired as the “What’s Next” Radio Show on WPPM 106.FM in Philadelphia. Support #PeoplePoweredMedia

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