Today on Too Much Truth with Derrick Boazman , he had on long time friend and co -host Dr. Alicia Simon with him to bring insight on all headline news on Dr. Martin Luther King Holiday. Also, Derrick discussed breaking news of the President of Morehouse contract not being renewed, with the student trustees at Morehouse College here in Atlanta,Ga.
Derrick Boazman, he posed the question if President Obama was a good or bad President for black people and our community. The comments were getting so good that Derrick had to set up a debate between Charles from Dc a frequent caller of the show, who is also known for being a black republican. And long time listener Jihad from the West End. Things got pretty heated while the debate continued during the show.
Today on Too Much Derrick Boazman spoke to NBTV (National Black Television) CEO Stanley Everage Jr. about the dedication service for Khalid Muhammad. Also, Derrick spoke to Gary Davis about what great programs are in place for our youth .
Today on Too Much Truth with Derrick Boazman, he took a brief moment to recap his eventful weekend and all of the special programs he was evolved in over the weekend.Then later in the show […]
As we approach election day 2016, Derrick Boazman spoke with Geneva Reed-Veal, the mother of Sandra Bland on the importance of everyone exercising their right to vote.
Today on Too Much Derrick opens up the lines to the listeners to discuss the 2nd Presidential Debate with Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump. The callers joined the conversation and shared their thoughts on the […]
Today on on Too Much Truth Derrick spoke to Minister Tony Muhammad about the rally they are having this Friday at the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and how they are preparing for the powerful […]
Today on Too Much Truth with Derrick Boazman , we spoke with Helen Butler with the Georgia coalition of the people and Mayor William Evans Jr. of Sparta, Georgia. Join them Saturday as they fight […]
Should students who attend class in the Atlanta University Center be concerned about the possible gentrification of the surrounding neighborhoods? Student activist Mary Pat Hector weighs in with Derrick Boazman.