Cheers!” is an Atlanta Voice feature highlighting the everyday accomplishments of everyday people—things like special honors, awards, job announcements, graduations, promotions and other individual a
Charles W. Richardson Jr., Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing in the Clark Atlanta University (CAU) School of Business Administration, has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2013-2014 academic year.
“I don’t think its going to change the game as a whole."
If ever there was a show that reflects the positive elements of black relationships, then the YouTube sensation “The Couple” is that show.
It’s 10:29 Wednesday morning as Leslie Magnum walks into the aerobics room at Quality Living Services (QLS) senior center and issues a spirited directive to nearly 100 budding fitness enthusiasts, mostly women."
“I don’t think they put enough emphasis on it.
WASHINGTON (NNPA) - Like thousands of Black college students, Bethanie Fisher, a psychology major at Howard University, depended heavily on the Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students program that allows parents to borrow the full amount of college tuition and fees. ...
“It’s not just black men."
Bahamas-born actor Sidney Poitier becomes the first black man to win an Academy Award for best actor
“You have streets in this neighborhood... that aren’t even paved and you’re putting a billion dollar stadium here that you are trying to squeeze into a spot..."
“First of all, have good successorship for the business that are already in our community and patronize those business and keep our dollar in the black community, more so than we are doing now...”
“I do not think the NAACP should pursue Governor Nathan Deal on the elected officials because most people on the ballot that we elect, we don’t even know.”
"On one hand, I believe there have been a lot of issues with the board and we need to clean house..."
“As the nation commemorates the one-year anniversary of the Trayvon Martin tragedy, what do you think will be its legacy?”
“I think the legacy of Trayvon Martin would be that we need to teach our young men how to stay alive in a culture that is basically designed to be against us as black males. It’s totally up to us...”
“The DeKalb school board filed a lawsuit this week challenging Governor Deal’s power to remove them from office. What do you think?”
“My thought is that if one system isn’t working, its time to do an overhaul and look at some new ideas and some new people that might be able to come in and make some new changes.”
“I believe they should give out courses to teachers because I feel like the only way you can stop a bad man with a gun is with somebody whose good with a gun."