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Jonesboro, GA — Teens are encouraged to participate in our ‘I AM THE DREAM’ video essay contest! We are looking for the best and the brightest orators, public speakers, essayist, thinkers, and leaders of the next generation. The winner will receive an amazing prize package from the library. We are offering many more programs that […]

Georgia State Senator Vincent Fort is inviting everyone to discuss Police Reform Legislation he’s introducing this legislative Session. Topping the list is a requirement for all law enforcement officers to wear body cameras. He also wants to change No Knock Warrants, the Stand Your Ground Law and Grand Jury Procedures. Senator Fort announced his plans […]

Fathers here’s another chance to spoil your little princesses! Bring her to Stephenson High School’s “Father-Daughter” Gala, Saturday, February 21, 2015. Studies show fathers have a profound impact on their daughters emotional development, so don’t miss important opportunities to show her how a real man should treat her. So many issues can evolve around a […]

It’s a New Year – and now is a good time to improve your lifestyle habits for a New You! Join compassionate nurses for their “New Year, New You” event. They’ll have health experts available with health screenings and to help you come up with a healthy eating plan. They’ll also have information about getting […]

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Each year, 300,000 children, some as young as 12 are at risk of being prostituted. Find out what you can do to fight this. Join Spelman College, The Center for Civil and Human Rights, and Ebenezer Baptist Church for the “Arise, Awake and Act Against Human Trafficking” Conference on […]

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 […]

Marietta, GA—A diverse coalition of representatives from various organizations and communities in Cobb, including New Order National Human Rights (NONHRO), the Cobb Immigrant Alliance (CIA), and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), will be participating in and supporting a Marietta march and rally on Saturday, December 5, by the local chapter of Occupy the Hood. […]

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Your local barbershop probably consists of TVs broadcasting ESPN, animated banter on almost any subject and music to match the vibe of the shop. The…

  Haven’t heard much talk about Father’s Day this year. Debates about what Dad would like, what size he might wear, what he could use…