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But in San Jose, Calif., members of minority and human rights groups protested Saturday against a Bay Area radio station and its "shock radio" morning deejay, Perry Stone. About 40 people who participated in the march and rally at Plata Arroyo Park in San Jose on Saturday accused the KSJO-FM air personality of racism and sexism, and sought to convince local advertisers not to buy time on the show, the city's most popular morning radio show. At least one advertiser has dropped the show and another is reconsidering its sponsorship. KSJO management had no official comment, but general manager David Baronfeld earlier in the week said Stone had a right to express his opinions.

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