Derrick Boazman took a trip down memory lane by bringing back Atlanta’s biggest Radio Legends. In the studio, DB talked to Hal Lamar, Dough Steele, Burke Johnson and V-103’s Larry Tinsley.
Motivational speakers can come in all shapes, sizes, and ages. Today on Too Much Truth with Derrick Boazman, listeners met the youngest motivational speaker in the country. Meet “King Nahh.”
A proposed Park in Vine City is to be named for former Atlanta Mayor Livingston Mims who many feel was an avowed racist and segregationist. Derrick Boazman tabled the discussion on Too Much Truth.
Today on Too Much Truth, Derrick Boazman sat down and spoke with educator and anti-racism activist, Jane Elliott. They discussed how racism is still prevalent in our country and what it will take to overcome […]
Great Remedies for Fathers in Sticky Situations, and Great Ideas, and Venues to Ensure That You Make That Special Father Feel Loved.
Coming in with with high expectations of Donald Trump, expecting this polarizing figure and energetic speech leads to walkouts.
If you have a young man who wants to play football in high school or college, you should know as much as possible about brain injuries. Derrick Boazman talked about an upcoming discussion in Atlanta today on Too Much Truth.
Derrick and guests discuss the view points on police brutality now versus during the civil rights movement. Derrick discovers a deeper understanding on how civil rights historians felt about the news of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr and how today’s black lives matter movement differs and has similarities.
Judge Penny Brown-Reynolds wants to help women become entrepreneurs with her upcoming 6-week seminar series, Woman’s Entrepreneur Initiative : Launch A Business Or Non Profit.
Herman Mason, better known as Skip, stopped by the studio to discuss black history in Atlanta.