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Too Much Truth – What Was Wrong With His Comments?

Last Friday the talk show host ESPN’s First Take, Stephen A Smith, made comments about the domestic violence case of Ravens running back, Ray Rice. His comments apparently caused a media uproar and lead Smith […]


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Too Much Truth – The Aftermath Of The Thomaston GA Rally

Today on Too Much Truth, DB revisits the situation involving the police officer who is accused of harassing a small community in Thomaston, GA. If you missed it, here is a small recap: On June […]


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Are You Ready For Let Us Make Man?

It’s time for another edition of Let Us Make Man. This year’s event will take place at Valdosta State University. For those who don’t know, Let Us Make Man is the gathering to Reclaim Black […]



Too Much Truth: Kendrick Johnson Update

Kendrick Johnson was a 17 year old high school student at Lowndes County High School in Valdosta, GA. The intial report, a little less than a year ago, said that Johnson was reaching for his […]



Too Much Truth: H.Y.P.E 2013

Fulton County Sheriff’s office hosts its 4th annual youth conference, Helping Our Youth Prosper and Evolve, this Saturday, October 12th. This a free event for 6th-12th graders and their parents. It will take place at Atlanta […]



Too Much Truth: Morris Brown Homecoming

Happy Homecoming Wolverines! Two of our very own stopped by the show to give me the run down of all of the events; Dr. Ellis and  Cory Dunlap. Come out and celebrate homecoming the right […]



Too Much Truth: Life Watch

Do you want to know your life expectancy? Well there is a watch that will count down your life to the very last second. Regardless of if you have 20 years or 20 minutes to […]


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Too Much Truth – GABEO’s Day Of Remembrance

This Saturday, at 12 noon, is the 67th Anniversary Commemoration and 9th Annual Reenactment of the Lynchings at the Moore’s Ford Bridge in Monroe, GA. This event is in remembrance of victims of lynchings throughout […]