The Liberator Magazine is a publication/production company started by Brian Kasoro, Gayle Smaller, Tazz Hunter, Kenya McKnight, Marcus Harcus and Mike Clark in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The company's first release was published July 21, 2002. Originally known as The Minneapolis Liberator, the company's name was later changed to The Liberator Magazine when it was incorporated and expanded onto the internet.

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  • The Liberator Magazine is a publication/production company started by Brian Kasoro, Gayle Smaller, Tazz Hunter, Kenya McKnight, Marcus Harcus and Mike Clark in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The company's first release was published July 21, 2002. Originally known as The Minneapolis Liberator, the company's name was later changed to The Liberator Magazine when it was incorporated and expanded onto the internet. (en)
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  • The Liberator Magazine is a publication/production company started by Brian Kasoro, Gayle Smaller, Tazz Hunter, Kenya McKnight, Marcus Harcus and Mike Clark in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The company's first release was published July 21, 2002. Originally known as The Minneapolis Liberator, the company's name was later changed to The Liberator Magazine when it was incorporated and expanded onto the internet. (en)
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