Yesterday evening, Black Radio United held their Town Hall where many of the candidates that will be on the ballot this November had the opportunity to share their goals of their campaigns and to take questions from the public. The candidates that spoke included: Alicia Thomas Searcy, Democratic nominee for GA Superintendent State Representative Bee […]

TQ The Queen started the Crown Of The Week in 2018 to highlight non-profit organizations that are active in our communities. Recent recipients of the Crown Of The Week which is a $50 donation: SYGTE Outreach Ministry in Loganville to go towards the Senior Brown Bag Food Program Senora Davis    Shout out to Gerard […]

October 1, 2022 join the Atlanta Autism Speaks Walk at the Atlanta Battery. This sensory-friendly, family event raises funds to support the mission of Autism Speaks, where families have access to reliable information for early-childhood screening, adulthood transition and much more. Sign up today at AutismSpeaksWalk.org

After the rise in crime over the last year, the new trend is that vehicles have been broken into. Atlanta Police have reported that over 1000 firearms have been taken from vehicles this year, 400 of those in the last month. And two murders of women in the metro have been unfortunate headlines that has […]

  TQ the Queen @thequeenbrand is on air Saturdays from 2 p.m -6 p.m.  Each week she plans to qualify an individual or an organization doing outstanding things in the community. Make them stand out and nominate them for the Crown of the Week and on Saturdays they will be acknowledged.  Post a picture tag […]

    TQ the Queen @thequeenbrand is on air Saturdays from 2 p.m -6 p.m.  Each week she plans to qualify an individual who is doing outstanding things. Make them stand out and nominate them to get the Crown of the Week and on Saturdays they will be acknowledged. Nominate them by emailing strdylv@gmail.com and telling us […]

Click here to join a team for March of Dimes! http://www.marchforbabies.org/event/downtownatlanta  

Get the facts, and then decide. By Denise Dunbar March 25, 2015 Plans are in the works to fix Georgia’s failing schools, or are they? Seems like the more information that’s released about a new piece of legislation that’s progressing at the state capitol, the more confused some people become. Governor Nathan Deal calls it […]

Friday – March 20, 2015 WHAT- Concerned Clergy and Activists speak out against Education Bill WHO- Rev. Frank Brown, President of Concerned Black Clergy Dr. Verdaillia Turner, President of the Georgia Federation of Teachers Concerned Parents WHEN- Friday, March 20, 2015, 12:30 pm WHERE- Georgia Capitol Rotunda   Sunday – March 22, 2015 WHAT- Church […]

“The day they bled for your vote” By Denise Dunbar Millions of people are getting ready to mark the 50 year anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” in Selma, Alabama. That’s the day marked in history as the day that hundreds of civil rights marchers and advocates were brutally attacked by Alabama State Troopers. They were attempting […]

  WHAT: Historic Summit of Iconic and Emerging Civil Rights Leaders   WHEN: Sunday, February 15, 2015 – 6:00pm ET   WHERE: Mount Olive Baptist Church, 2174 M.L. King, Jr. Drive, SW, Atlanta, GA 30310   WHY: To establish a new, modern and relevant national organization to address burgeoning civil and human rights challenges facing […]