Dr. Rashad Richey emerged from the streets of Atlanta to become a true force in the field of politics, social advocacy and government policy; electing people at virtually every level of government. With an uncompromising passion to help others and an unwavering desire to mentor our nations’ youth, Rashad has truly transformed his mess into his message and encourages others to do the same. As he always says, “No one is perfect, but anytime you help someone become a better “them” it always helps “you” become a better “you”.
Rashad is a highly sought after political strategist, mentor, and inspirational speaker. He’s one of the country’s youngest nationally syndicated radio personalities and can be heard locally on News and Talk 1380 WAOK- CBS Radio and The People’s Station V-103. Rashad provides intriguing commentary, in-your-face debate and interviews about real issues relating to politics, social policies and life. Listeners are guaranteed to be informed with direct talk and a progressive platform. He also touches on major local and national stories as a writer for CBS Radio Atlanta. As the former Political Director and Senior Political Strategist for the Democratic Party in Georgia, an ex-gang member and being no stranger to overcoming obstacles, Rashad brings a unique real-world perspective rarely heard on talk radio.
In addition to politics and public policy, Rashad is a business owner, community advocate, gang expert/deprogrammer and serves the U.S. State Department through the GA Council of International Visitors as a Citizen Diplomat and member of the American Council of Young Political Leaders, whose international goals include human rights initiatives and the educational enhancement of international government relations. Rashad is also the Chief Lobbyist for the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office and a Political Strategist.
Rashad earned his doctoral degree from Scofield Graduate School and is completing studies in executive leadership at Cornell University through their eCornell program. He also continues to serve on the board of directors for multiple organizations throughout Georgia and has developed many community groups by applying the skills of a strategic planner, organizer, fundraiser and activist. The NAACP, GA Secretary of State, GA State Senate, countless ministries and nonprofits have recognized Rashad with their highest awards and accolades for excellence in broadcasting and community involvement.
Through the years, Rashad has dedicated his life to ensuring that everyone has a political voice, regardless of class, race, age, gender, religion or sexual orientation. He also advocates for others who may not have always made the best decisions, but strive to be better people each day. Through political activism, mentoring, community involvement and the power of talk radio, Rashad has seen lives change for the better, including his own.
Mayor Ted Terry stops by to discuss immigrant policies and practices in the city of Clarkston with Rashad Richey on Real Talk.
Whenever Omarosa Manigault calls into V-103 and WAOK to touch base with Rashad Richey and Ryan Cameron the conversation is spirited to say the least. This month the subject was Donald Trumps first 100 days in office.
Should laughing in any scenario result in a criminal offense, apparently and the sentence that may go along with it.
Stacey Abrams joined Real Talk with Rashad Richey to discuss politics and her goals for the future.
Rashad Richey poses the question what sort of job Trump thought being thePresident consisted of and is it too much for him to handle?
JT Money shares his insight into the current level of music and how he feels that it has changed as well as what is up next for him.
Michael Blake a graduate of New York City public schools looks to return the favor by helping and developing our youth to become tomorrow’s leaders.
Inform us us of how you feel by participating in our poll.
Educator, psychologist, Political scientist and Pan-Africanist Dr. Umar Johnson links up with Rashad Richey to discuss important issues in the community.
Rashad Richey and David Banner discus what needs to happen in the black community and how they need to stick together in order to succeed.