Atlanta (WAOK)-The NAACP in Georgia is calling for racial and cultural sensitivity training for police officers in the state. The announcement comes in the midst of the violence in Ferguson, Missouri, following the deadly shooting […]
Atlanta (WAOK)-Atlanta was one of many cities across the United States that held peaceful protests on Thursday night. They were sparked by the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, a surburb of […]
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 […]
Today on Too Much Truth, DB asked the question, “Who’s Side Are You On?” In cased you missed yesterday’s show, Derrick announced that Governor Nathan Deal was invited to be the speaker at the Morehouse […]
Breaking news!! Derrick Boazman has just announced that Governor Nathan Deal has been invited to be the commencement speaker for the Morehouse School of Medicine graduation ceremony. How did this happen? Why has Morehouse School […]
PETA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is coming down on Kennesaw State and has asked the University to stop using its live owl, named Sturgis, as a mascot. Sturgis, which has been […]
Apparently the same Atlanta-area neighborhood Justin Bieber is reportedly interested in moving to has caught wind of his supposed antics in his Los Angeles-area neighborhood – and they are protesting the pop superstar. According to […]
The man behind two new events celebrating Jackson’s Hispanic population has brought controversy with the third.
President of the Black Affairs Council, Ms. Caroline Bailey and Raven Gibson was on the show today discussing some of the issues African American students are facing down at UGA. Racist and homophobic comments were […]
A group of Egyptian Christians from Coptic churches around Nashville gathered Monday to proclaim their support of the Egyptian military and denounce Islamist violence against Christians.