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MONETA, VA - AUGUST 26: Police work the crime scene at Bridgewater Plaza on Smith Mountain Lake on August 26, 2015 in Moneta, Virginia. Two employees of WDBJ TV were killed this morning during a live broadcast. The victims have been identified as reporter Alison Parker and camerman Adam Ward. Parker, 24 and Ward, 27, worked for WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia. The suspect, Vester Lee Flanigan, also known as Bryce Williams, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. (Photo by Jay Paul/Getty Images)

Workplace Racism and Violence

Former Virginia News Anchor Bryce Williams, whose real name is Vester L. Flanagan, shot and killed two of his former coworkers while they were conducting a live on-air interview. Shockingly the gunman recorded the shooting […]

WAOK-AM–08/27/2015

Confederate Flag Supporters

Effingham County High and its Rebel Flag

Effingham County High School is the newest to join the confederate flag debate. The school sports the rebel flag along with a soldier as its logo and mascot, and the confederate tune Old Dixie is […]

WAOK-AM–08/26/2015

Rashad Richey: Leon Ford 1

I Am a Survivor of Police Brutality

Police brutality has been widely reported through the use of cellular phones and social media. However, the narrative has largely been one sided due to the unfortunate fact that many of the victims in the […]

WAOK-AM–08/25/2015

Georgia and Willie Ferrell exit the Mecklenburg County Courthouse on Friday, August 21, 2015 after four days of deliberations in Charlotte, N.C. A mistrial was declared when the jury was unable to resolve a deadlock in the case of Randall "Wes" Kerrick, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police officer accused of killing an unarmed man, Jonathan Ferrell, in a struggle two years ago. (Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/TNS via Getty Images)

Rashad Richey Keeps Police Major Honest

In what seems to be yet another case of a officer cleared of shooting an unarmed black man, former Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer Randall Kerrick was able to return home to his family after a hung […]

WAOK-AM–08/25/2015

Black Lives Matter Protest in Saint Louis

How Effective is the Black Lives Matter Movement?

Numerous chapters of the Black Lives Matter Movement have been in the national spotlight due to their interrupting of political events across the country to spread their message. While it has earned them national recognition, […]

WAOK-AM–08/25/2015

Vets

The Real G.I. Janes

Do you think females should be allowed to serve in the special forces? Rashad Richey asked the question after Georgia natives Captain Kristen Griest and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver, became the first females to graduate […]

WAOK-AM–08/21/2015

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Black Leadership: Where Are We Now?

What is the current state of black leadership in America? Rashad Richey posed the question after the recent death of Civil Rights Activist Julian Bond. Is the black community lacking leadership or are our black […]

WAOK-AM–08/18/2015

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Anything Goes Friday: August 14th

Listen to a brief snippet of Anything Goes Friday, the most unpredictable day in radio, as host Rashad Richey engages listeners on the topics they wish to discuss. Listen below.

WAOK-AM–08/14/2015

Eric Benet (2005)

Eric Benet Reveals All About Career and Upcoming Album

R&B Singer and Songwriter Eric Benet stopped by Real Talk and gave revealing insight into his life and career. Listen below.

WAOK-AM–08/14/2015

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Johnny Gill Gets Real with Richey

Legendary R&B Singer Johnny Gill stopped by Real Talk and discussed his career and upcoming album with Rashad Richey. Listen below.

WAOK-AM–08/14/2015

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