Students at a public high school outside Atlanta are rallying behind a teacher who says he’s standing up for his Christian beliefs and what he views as his right to talk about Jesus in the classroom.
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 […]
Brothers and Sisters I am headed back to Thomaston, GA. Tuesday July 8. We must fight for justice for the dozens of residents that have been the victim of Officer Phillip “Glove Man” Tobin brutality […]
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 Rashad Richey had a great interview with Mr. John Hope Bryant discussing his new book “How The Poor Can Save Capitalism“. He is the founder of the non-profit organization Operation Hope. Bryant believes if we […]
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 […]
Starting Monday, January 13, Moral Monday’s will begin in Georgia. A movement in which activists from across the state will descend on the state capitol to protest for moral issues such as Medicaid, Unemployment Benefits, […]
This past weekend community activist and religious leaders took to the Capitol steps Wednesday to send a message to Governor Nathan Deal to intervene in the case where a 17 year old Valdosta teen was […]
Atlanta (WAOK) — A rally was held Wednesday at the Georgia state Capitol for Kendrick Johnson, a Valdosta, Georgia teen that was found dead in his high school gymnasium last January. Johnson’s body had been […]
The parents of a south Georgia teenager found dead at school inside a rolled-up gym mat plan to hold a rally at the state Capitol in their son’s honor.