Kreyol Rapper Mecca a.k.a. Grimo's Thoughts On TPS for Haitians

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Mecca aka Grimo is an American of Haitian descent who raps in English and Kreyol for Wyclef's Sak Pase Records label. Listen above for his interview with Cheryl Mizell on WEDR 99 Jamz's Community Voices show which airs every Saturday from 6 - 7 a.m.

Did you know that Haitians fought in the Siege of Savannah in 1779 to help America win the Revolutionary War?

Join DJ Griot, Brisco, Billy Blue, Flo Rida, Des Loc from Piccalo, Mecca AKA

Grimo, Grindmode, Ballgreezy, Stitches and poetry from local artists

Michael Martinez, Haiti Bluez, and Wilda Nubia Previl, and others this Friday, September 18 at the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park - 4020 Virginia Beach Drive Miami, Florida 33149 (click4map) - (the first Miami Dade beach where blacks were legally allowed to swim) as they fight for Temporary Protected Status for Haitians in the USA.

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