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Friday – March 20, 2015 WHAT- Concerned Clergy and Activists speak out against Education Bill WHO- Rev. Frank Brown, President of Concerned Black Clergy Dr. Verdaillia Turner, President of the Georgia Federation of Teachers Concerned Parents WHEN- Friday, March 20, 2015, 12:30 pm WHERE- Georgia Capitol Rotunda   Sunday – March 22, 2015 WHAT- Church […]

“The day they bled for your vote” By Denise Dunbar Millions of people are getting ready to mark the 50 year anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” in Selma, Alabama. That’s the day marked in history as the day that hundreds of civil rights marchers and advocates were brutally attacked by Alabama State Troopers. They were attempting […]

“The day they bled for your vote” By Denise Dunbar Millions of people are getting ready to mark the 50 year anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” in Selma, Alabama. That’s the day marked in history as the day that hundreds of civil rights marchers and advocates were brutally attacked by Alabama State Troopers. They were attempting […]

As a form of peaceful protest, Run for Justice embarked on a 540+ mile run from Atlanta, Georgia to Ferguson, Missouri in November 2014 over 20 days. In honor of Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday, they are hosting a unity run January 18 at noon alongside the Atlanta Beltline. Participants will gather near the intersection […]

Radio One Atlanta cares about the community and is working towards change. We have partnerned with the organizations below as we work to change our community. Click the links below to see how you can get involved. Atlanta NAACP Rev. R.L. White – President Richard Rose – President-elect Mary Ross – Interim Executive Director 100 […]