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Gucci Mane attends the Warner Music Group Pre-Grammy Party in association with V Magazine on January 25, 2018 in New York City.

Gucci Mane Accused By Attorney Of Underpaying Child Support For His Autistic Son

Today on The Morning Culture , Frank Ski, Jade Novah and JR took a phone call from attorney Tanya Mitchell Graham, who claims to represent Sheena Evans, the mother of Gucci Mane's son. During the conversation, Graham expressed her belief that Gucci should be paying much more in monthly child...
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A week after this photo was taken, Syntel Brown was the victim of a stabbing in Griffin

GBI Investigating as Atlanta Teacher Recovers After Double-Stabbing

I last saw R. Syntel Brown at McCamish Pavilion on the campus of Georgia Tech. He was chaperoning a group of teenagers from the Fulton Leadership Academy at the inauguration of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. That was on Monday, January 14. A week later, Brown is hospitalized after being stabbed...
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V-103's DJ Greg Street and Future

How We Did It: Greg Street Interviews Future About The Value of Hard Work

Just after the release of his seventh album, "The Wizrd," Future visited the V-103 studios for an interview with DJ Greg Street. Watch below as Future HNDRXX explains the value of working hard, staying passionate about your work, and how important it is to be persistent if you want to be successful...
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Dr. Bernice King says we are in a state of emergency

The soulful sounds of gospel saxophonist Minister Angela Christie revved the crowd during the opening moments of the 51st Martin Luther King Jr commemorative service held at Ebenezer Baptist Church. The ecumenical program welcomed speakers from various faiths, state, federal, and international...
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Salute to Greatness Awards Gala 2019

Christine King Farris Remembers Brother Martin

It was inside Freedom Hall, at the King Center, that I spotted Dr. Christine King Farris. The only sister, and only surviving sibling, of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was sitting at a table with family and friends. She sat quietly as everyone else clammered for pictures and conversation. The Dream...
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 Native Americans lead the march down Virginia Street as thousands take part in the Women's March in Reno.

10,000 Expected for Inaugural Indigenous Peoples March in D.C.

Chenae Bullock is a member of the Shinnecock Tribe. When I sat down with Bullock recently at the Entercom Radio Atlanta studios, she talked about an upcoming effort aimed at "uniting all indigenous peoples throughout the world." As many as 10,000 people from across the world are expected to gather...
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The King Holiday Observance will include the Dream Forward Awards and the Salute to Greatness Awards Gala

King Holiday: A Message of Reconciliation and Love for Humanity

As the King Center observes the 2019 King Holiday, the formal kick-off reception will be held on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. It will feature the Dream Forward Awards and will take place in Freedom Hall at The King Center beginning at 6:00 p.m. Recognized for their community service leadership,...
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Bernice King talked about the government shutdown while announcing the 2019 MLK Holiday Commemorative events

Bernice King: 'Worse Than A Depression' If Government Isn't Reopened. It Has To Be About People.

King Center CEO, Dr. Bernice A. King, was quite emotional Thursday, as she prepared to announce the slate of public programs and events in celebration of the King Holiday Observance. The National Park Service, which oversees the preservaton of historic sites, was not in attendance inside the...
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The FBI is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of Antariouse Caldwell, aka “Phat”.

UPDATE: Gangster Disciple Sought After Indictment For Multiple Metro Atlanta Murders

UPDATE: The FBI says that Antariouse "Phat" Caldwell was arrested this morning at a motel in Jonesboro following an anonymous tip from the public. The tipster said they recognized Caldwell from publicity they had seen about a tattoo on his neck that read “No Mercy”. With assistance from the Clayton...
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R. Kelly performs the National Anthem prior to the game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Atlanta Hawks at Barclays Center in 2015.

#MuteRKelly Co-Founder: Fanbase vs Protesters Shows Huge Divide Among Black Women

Kenyette Barnes says being a survivor of sexual abuse is not her primary motivator as co-founder of the #MuteRKelly movement. Yet, what that experience does, according to Barnes, is provides her "insight and a sense of empathy" that propels her as she does the work of holding the chart-topping R...
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