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Actress/Filmmaker Terri J. Vaughn, Recording Artist Debra Cox and Café Mocha’s YoYo co-hosted an evening of Atlanta’s Black Hollywood Finest Cafe Mocha Salute Her Awards Makes Stop In Atlanta, Honors Local Women & Donates To Homeless Shelters (1/8/2020) - By Diane Larché In the spirit of giving, Café Mocha Radio closed out its outstanding 2019 Salute Her Awards five-city tour by blessing others. In lieu of selling tickets for its final…
Lonnie C King Jr Atlanta Inquirer Family Suffers Another Loss (3/6/2019) - The Atlanta Inquirer family mourns the loss of Dr. Lonnie C. King, Jr. He had been a part of the Atlanta Inquirer family since its early beginnings and had written articles in the newspaper in the 1960s. At…
John B. Smith Sr Celebration of Life for John B. Smith, Sr. (4/28/2017) - John B. "J.B." Smith, Sr. was born to the late John Watson Smith and the late Pressarene "Press" Whitfield Smith, the oldest of five children in LaGrange, Georgia. He was quite an…
Atlanta Loses Business Giant, Civic Leader and Unsung Hero of the Civil Rights Movement: Herman Jerome Russell (11/16/2014) - Atlanta and America suffered a major loss on Saturday, November 15, 2014 as Herman Jerome Russell died. Russell, affectionately known as H. J. to family and friends, was a renowned business entrepreneur,…
Remembering Atlanta Business Icon Jesse Hill, Jr. (12/18/2012) - Remembering An Atlanta Business Icon: Jesse Hill, Jr. Atlanta businessman And Civil Rights Leader Succumbs Jesse Hill, Jr. May 30, 1926 - December 17, 2012 By John B. Smith, Jr. Jesse Hill,…
Clinton E Warner Jr, MD Civil Rights Giant and Activist Clinton E. Warner, Jr., MD Succumbs at Age 87 (7/2/2012) - Clinton E. Warner, Jr., MD Civil Rights Giant, Activist, Humanitarian, Physician, Author, Philosopher July 11, 1924 – June 30, 2012 Dr. Clinton E. Warner, Jr. was born on July 11, 1924 to…
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