Members of various Civil and Human Rights groups gathered in Atlanta Friday in a show of solidarity against violence and hatred. They vowed to fight the “hatred shown in the mass shooting” at a historically […]
On Too Much Truth, we discussed the real reason why people should be upset with Rachel Dolezal. It’s not because she is a white woman that was the president of a NAACP chapter. It’s not […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Journalist Claude Sitton, who was a leader among reporters covering the civil rights movement in the South in the 1950s and ’60s and later won a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary, has died. […]
I’m spoiled when it comes to doing cool stuff. I work for the Braves, so I’ve been there for memorable events (infield fly rule game, Chipper Jones and Bobby Cox Retirement Nights, concerts, etc). Plus, […]
The Return of the “Spring” Race to AMS has come and gone. There was some great racing, decent crowds and odd moments (how do you fail to get so many cars through inspection?). I was […]
The Labor Day Race is no more at Atlanta Motor Speedway and personally, I love it. As a NASCAR fan, we finally don’t have to juggle College Football, Baseball and Concerts in what has become […]
According to a new study, a person’s chances of being diagnosed with breast cancer can depend on their race and ethnicity.
Former President Bill Clinton is rallying Georgia Democrats on the final day of early voting, telling them the state’s high-profile race for Senate is about “growing together” for a stronger country.
Today’s show focused on Race in America. Judge Penny Reynolds spoke on the Twenty Year Anniversary of the OJ Simpson trial, race in politics, President Obama’s speech on Race, Black on Black in Politics, Racial […]
Georgia’s active tea party crowd has yet to unite behind a candidate in the crowded GOP race for U.S. Senate.