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Al Sharpton: Hot Button Mondays, Remembering Muhammad Ali"Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like Bee" Al Sharpton Reflects on Muhammad Ali, Also Donald Trump is at it Again.
Barbecuing With Robert PatilloRobert Patillo Talks About the Importance of Taking Off The Rib Membrane to Unleash the True Flavor and Create a More Enjoyable Meal.
Robert Patillo Defends His Position On The Bathroom Bill And It Heats UpThe true Definition of People, Passion, & Politics occurred this past Sunday with Robert Patillo and when the three factors came together the conversation took a left.
Rev. Al Sharpton & Rev. Michael A. Walrond Reflecting On The Values America Was Founded OnRev. Al & Rev. Walrond host a round table every week that invites all listeners and different point of views to be openly and honestly discussed.
Remembering The Late Great James Brown On Keeping It Real With Rev. Al SharptonThe Godfather of Soul James Brown is Remembered by Friends and Family as We Celebrate Brown's Birthday.
Towers High School Career Day Is ThursdayThe 9th annual Towers High School Career Day is coming up. We have your information here.
Teacher Resigns After Calling Student the 'Dumbest Girl'School officials say a Georgia teacher has resigned after a high school student said she recorded him calling her "the dumbest girl I have ever met."
Georgia Senate OK's Campus Carry BillA bill allowing licensed gun owners to carry concealed weapons on public college campuses has passed the State Senate. The proposal cleared the Senate with a vote of...
Rashad Richey's Review: APS Turnaround VoteRashad Richey's Review: Is the Atlanta Board of Education approving to close and consolidate schools to stop a government takeover an appropriate action?
Lericia Harris Reports: Senate Committee Approves "Campus Carry" BillA bill allowing anyone to carry a gun on a college public campus if licensed in Georgia is one step closer to becoming law. Monday a Senate committee...
Lericia Harris Reports: District 6 TFCY ConvenesRepresentatives of District 6 neighborhoods, civic organizations, and residents plan to convene to develop a plan of action to reduce generational trends of unhealthy/criminal behavior among the youth of Fulton county.
Senate Approves Bill to Boost Minimum HOPE ScholarshipThe Georgia Senate passed a bill that aims to adjust the amount of funds doled out to public school graduates for the state-funded HOPE scholarship.

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