The U.S. Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau is planning to host a forum in Atlanta later this week.
New Auburn Head basketball coach Bruce Pearl joins the morning show to discuss the challenges of becoming head coach. He was disclosed with the guys why he chose Auburn and what makes it special. He […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)-Atlanta NAACP President Rev. R.L. White said he had a meeting with one of the members of his church not too long ago that caused him to put together an event that will hopefully […]
Happy Kwanzaa 2013. The social action committee of Atlanta and co-host will host artist, exibitions, entertainment, cultural markets and vendors for a celebration of the spiritual holiday from December 26 through January 1st at the […]
ATLANTA (WAOK/AJC) — After losing upwards of 15% of their funding due to across-the-board federal spending cuts that occurred earlier this year, the Gainesville-Hall Community Service Center, which provides daily lunches to Meals on Wheels […]
P.U.S.H Non-Profit Organization is a non-profit organization focused on bettering and providing help for low income families and individuals experiencing hardships. The organization is based on the belief that our community’s needs are of the […]
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Today we had the pleasure of talking to the Sheriff of Fulton County, Ted Jackson, on the show today to talk about his 4th Annual Youth Conference, H.Y.P.E. 2013 (Helping Our Youth Prosper And Evolve). The event […]
On Mondays show, we talked about the Caribbean Community’s aim at Europe for Slavery Reparation. Is it time for descendants of African slaves to receive reparations? Click the audio links to hear the conversation..
Atlanta is privy to local independent book stores like A Cappella Books, Charis Books, Little Shop of Stories, Bound to Be Read Books, and Phoenix and Dragon Book Store. Check out each stores event calendars for many community events happening daily.