Rashad Richey discusses the newly released comments from Will Smith and Stacey Dash in regards to the Oscars Awards boycott.
Rashad Richey discusses Jada Pinkett-Smith’s call to boycott the Oscars Awards Ceremony for a lack of black actors being nominated for a second year.
Rashad Richey speaks with three of the six elite soldiers that were involved in the Benghazi attacks and the inspiration behind the new film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Rashad Richey and the WAOK community react and discuss President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union Address.
Going into his last State of the Union Address as President of the United States, Rashad Richey asks the WAOK community if they will miss Barack Obama as President when his final year expires.
The death of an unarmed man at the hands of a DeKalb County police officer leads the DeKalb District Attorney to file murder charges.
Rashad Richey discusses if black athletes and celebrities be appointed as the moral leaders of the black community to bring about the change that is needed across the country and effect policy.
Rashad Richey discusses the non-indictment of 2 police officers with a family member of Tamir Rice.
Former DEA Agent and U.S. Marshal, Matthew Fogg, discusses the racial aspects of the “war on drugs” with Rashad Richey.
Former Dekalb County CEO Vernon Jones talks his non-profit works and debunks rumors that he may be considering running for another term as Dekalb County CEO with Rashad Richey.