Mayor Kasim Reed
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 […]
Click below to hear Mayor Kasim Reed talk about why he’s gotten involved in the residents versus Friendship Towers situation.
ATLANTA, GA- In the wake of several police shootings nationwide and here in metro Atlanta, there has been a call all across the country for law enforcement to supply their officers with body cameras. I […]
Fresh from announcing that the City of Atlanta has made “significant progress” in taking care of homeless veterans, Mayor Kasim Reed is apparently ready to tackle the problem in the rest of the community. I […]
ATLANTA, GA (WAOK)- Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed stopped by the WAOK studios for another “Kasim Reed Talks” interviews. Reed talked about several areas of city governance. As part of the “Moore on the Story” video […]
Tomorrow is National Bike to Work Day, and Atlanta Falcons General Manager Thomas Dimitroff is apparently ready to ride. Rise Up and Bike to Work is presented by Northside Hospital. According to the Atlanta Falcons, […]
Civil Rights leaders, and the families of leaders who have passed on, applauded, nodded, and prayed. They attended the City of Atlanta’s commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Selma-Montgomery March. Monday’s event, in the […]
Atlanta city officials, civil rights leaders and others are planning a special event to honor the upcoming 50th anniversary of a march for voting rights in Selma, Alabama.
Today on Real Talk with Rashad Richey, Chairman of the Atlanta Public Schools, Courtney English, stopped by to discuss the ongoing rift between Mayor Kasim Reed and APS Superintendent Meria Carstarphen, in regards to the […]
The Atlanta Public School System wants to get rid of some surplus property to bring in revenue but has hit a snag. Superintendent Dr. Meria Carstarphen says it can’t unload the properties because the City […]