Black History Month
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New Historical Exhibit “Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: How the Word Is Passed Down” Opens at Atlanta History Center
As you make your plans for Black History Month, be sure to include a visit to the Atlanta History Center for a moving new traveling exhibit, Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: How the Word Is Passed […]
Some of the greatest trailblazers of our time are women! Our 2013 Voices of Influence roster of women shows strong examples of how racial, economical and stereotypical barriers can be broken down with great skill […]
From President Barack Obama to LeBron James, our 2013 Voices of Influence roster of men clearly defines courage, accomplishment and the belief that anything is possible. WAOK salutes these powerful men for using their voices […]
ARLINGTON, VA – January 28, 2013 – In celebration of Black History Month and as part of its year-round commitment to diverse programming, PBS today announced an on-air lineup commemorating the contributions of African Americans […]
Each and every Sunday from 4-6pm you can catch The Princess Monique Show on News & Talk 1380 AM WAOK. A show For Girls, About Girls, By Girls, host Princess Monique covers topics that span […]
Atlanta (WAOK)-Entertainers, politicians, civil rights icons, and humanitarians are preparing to culminate the celebration of Black History month by participating in Atlanta’s Black History Month parade. The Black History Month parade is scheduled for Saturday, […]
Happy Valentines day to the Too Much Truth Family! We celebrated Black Love in an awesome way. Click the audio link to hear the conversation… We also continued Black Education Week and today we […]
During the month of February cities around the nation celebrate Black History Month, and Atlanta is proud to showcase some of its most historic African American sites and programs.
Atlanta (WAOK)-Today marks the first day of Black History month. First celebrated as Negro History Week in 1926, the observance of Black history in America was the brainchild of African-American scholar Dr. Carter G. Woodson. […]