DJ risks job to take stand against offensive songs

November 04, 1995|By GREGORY KANE

Sitting in Mariah's restaurant in Catonsville, Gabriel Marcel Thornton tells the story behind the act that some have called courageous and noble, and that got him suspended from his job as a disc jockey at a popular urban contemporary radio station.

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