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Stand Up For Voter Rights: “When We Were Marching, We Didn’t Have Cellphones. We Used What We Had To Bring About Change.”
The cover of the luncheon program was a tribute to Mrs. Rosa Parks, the seamstress turned Civil Rights lightening rod. The 50th Observance of the Struggle for the 1965 Voting Rights Act luncheon was held […]
Atlanta City Council president Ceasar Mitchell is hosting his 4th Annual Back To Business Conference. According to Mitchell, the conference is free, and registration is required at http://www.atlantabacktobusiness.com.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Funeral “Was Beautiful Service For Someone Gone Too Soon” – See The Program HERE
A source, who had access to Bobbi Kristina Brown immediately after she was rushed to the hospital in January until the repast for her funeral service, tells me that the service “was beautiful for someone […]
Renee Reid lives near the Alpharetta church where the funeral of Bobbi Kristina Brown was held Saturday. She says that she and other residents stood across the street from St. James United Methodist church to […]
The private funeral for Bobbi Kristina Brown was held today at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta. The only daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown died Sunday, 6 months after […]
The Georgia NAACP is congratulating the three ACT-SO (Afro-Academic Cultural Technological Scientific Olympics) medalists from its national conference. Thirty-one students from Georgia traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, earlier this month, to compete for scholarships. Rianni Tyes […]
Two weeks. That’s how long Atlanta NAACP president Richard Rose says he has tried to get a meeting with Georgia Governor Nathan Deal. Rose, along with SCLC president Dr. Charles Steele and Atlanta attorney Gerald […]
Former Clayco Cop Indicted: Beaten Black Man Calls It “A Good Victory” Because It Shows What A Community Can Do
The indictment of former Clayton County Police officer Ryan Hall for simple battery against Dhoruba Bin Wahad isn’t the end of the battle for Bin Wahad’s supporters. According to his attorney, Mawuli Mel Davis, a […]
Buffalo Soldier Says Confederate Flag Is “A Disgrace To Blacks And What They’ve Done For This Country”
When he joined the Buffalo Soldiers in 1950, Sargeant Major James Williams says they could not eat, sleep, or drink with the white soldiers. This segregated U.S. Army regiment was active from 1886-1951.
Dhourba Bin Wahad is to appear today to testify before the Clayton County Grand Jury. It concerns a police brutality case in which Bin Wahad says he was slammed on his head at his own […]