News and Talk 1380
Should Black and Hispanic organizations jointly combine the power of the nation’s two largest minority groups? Click the audio links to hear the conversation….
#DryerBuzz took the opportunity to talk with @BorisKodjoe about his “Tennis Family Fun Night” event that was supposed to take place Sunday, July 20th, 2014, but was postponed due to inclement weather. Click the audio […]
Thank you Imam Furqan Muhammad for coming on the show and giving us the ‘real’ history of Ramadan and Islam. Click the audio links to hear the conversation…
Today on the Sidney Wood show we discussed the tragic shooting at the Naval base in Washington D.C.. Many reports have revealed more details about the troubled suspect, Aaron Alexis. Were you surprised when you found out the […]
Today’s show was interesting to say the least. It all started from one of our callers, Arthur, that stated he no longer wanted to live in The United States. He said that America will ‘never’ […]
I recently received a Facebook post that read, “Where is the $420 Billion in Tithes and Offerings the Black Church has Received Since 1980?” This sparked the conversation about the church and made me think, […]
The 20th Anniversary celebration of Giwayen Mata, an award-winning, soul-stirring, all-sistah, dance, percussion, and vocal ensemble, will take place in Atlanta from June 13 through June 16 showcasing an array of experiences that embrace songs, rhythms, instruments, and dances. […]
During the passionate conversation about the U.S. Supreme Court fundamentally defining marriage via Proposition 8 and DOMA, Mo and Brandon had an on going hilarious exchange about Proposition 8. Click the audio link to hear..
Today on the Mo Ivory Show, Mo spoke with Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle about his free family event for the community “Be Healthy Georgia Day”. This 3rd Annual Event is to promote healthy lifestyles to children […]
The DeKalb Board of Education has named former labor commissioner Michael Thurmond as their interim superintendent. Board commissioner Eugene Walker states, “We are delighted Mr. Thurmond has agreed to serve as our interim superintendent…our school district is facing […]