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In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about an article she read about the election which challenges believers to activist their faith. The article also goes on to say that the isolation of believers is what is crippling their ability to use their authority on earth. As Erica says, this article really fired […]

Voters will soon decide whether to amend Georgia’s constitution to allow the Governor to create a state-wide district and control failing schools. This is a critical decision and to help citizens make an informed choice, Radio One Atlanta will host a one hour discussion on the topic. Amendment 1 supporter, Rep. Valencia Stovall and opponent, […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF seems to be a little bit fired up about the second debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. A lot of strange stuff happened on that stage between the two presidential candidates last night, but one thing in particular stood out in GRIFF’s mind. He just could not […]

Last night, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went at each others’ throats again in the second of three debates. This debate was unique in that it came just 48 hours after a video of Trump saying horrible things about women was released to the public. For some, Hillary delivered a crushing defeat to […]

After bonding with GRIFF over the close proximity of their birthdays, Reverend Al Sharpton talked with him and Maurette Brown-Clark about the National Action Network’s 2016 Triumph awards. The show honors and highlights people and organizations that have used their positions and platform to fight the good fight for civil and human rights! He explains […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, he goes to God with something that has been weighing heavy on his heart: the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump tonight. He’s not sure if he wants to watch something that could go any number of ways, most of which don’t seem like they’ll be good. […]

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and state Senator Vincent Fort stopped by our stations today and engaged in a heated debate over the T-Splost transportation referendum. The debate was moderated by Radio One Atlanta’s news/community affairs director, Denise Dunbar. Metro Atlantans will decide whether or not to pass the referendum when they head to the polls on […]

A long-simmering debate on where to erect the Delaware African-American Heritage Center may have come to an end this week when Wilmington Mayor James Baker selected the Delaware Historical Society to lead its operation. SEE ALSO: Romney Is A Mess In a News Journal report, Baker said that soon residents can visit a new venue […]

From USA Today: The latest school battle over the separation of church and state may not feature prayers at football games, after-school Bible clubs or even a moment of silence. Actually, there’s no prayer at all. The newest battleground could be a church building itself — and whether it’s a proper venue for public school […]