Barack Obama is back, and we need him more than ever. It’s been merely 100 days since he left the scene, but with Trump in office it might as well be years ago since he vacated the White House and took a step away from public life. We can’t have him as president anymore, but we can benefit from his leadership at a time when leadership is lacking and in great demand–particularly when crooks, thugs and scam artists have overtaken the government. The 44th president emerged from obscurity this past week with a 90-minute forum at the University of Chicago.  It was billed as aRead More →

By Ashley Nelson | Newsmakers Gentrification Hattie Dorsey Willian McFarland from Newsmakers Live by NML on Vimeo. In continuation of the mayor’s race, Maynard Eaton sits down with Hattie Dorsey and William McFarland to discuss two major community-related issues. Gentrification and affordable housing are reoccurring issues candidates are faced with, in which the candidates are in support of affordable housing. Dorsey, the former founder, and developer of Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership, wants to know, what are their plans to solve it.     Hattie Dorsey remembers Old Fourth Ward as a low-income community predominately occupied by Blacks. Now, the historical community where Martin Luther King Jr.Read More →

Shaming happens when a student does not have money in his or her account to pay for a meal and a cafeteria worker takes away their tray of food, disposing of it in front of other children, and replaces it with a lesser substitute such as a sandwich. visit main articleRead More →

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Investigators say a man wanted in north Georgia for a violent car theft has been arrested hundreds of miles away in Illinois. visit main articleRead More →