On Point with Juandolyn Stokes featured three powerful impromptu guests today who all shared their passionate responses to the Supreme Court’s overturning of the long-standing law, Roe v. Wade, which gave women the right to have an abortion.
Radio air personality, radio programmer, content expert, and musicologist Maxx Myrick joins Juandolyn Stokes to explain the significance of Black Music Month and how Black music changed radio forever.
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As the Supreme Court overturns the almost 50 year old Roe v Wade legalizing abortion, many are wondering what that means for women in Georgia. The state has the so-called ‘Heartbeat’ law that is being appealed in the 11th Circuit.
The effort to overturn Roe vs. Wade may happen in the next few days. Juandolyn discusses the legal ramifications of such an action with Attorney C.K. Hoffler and her panelist of legal experts during Juandolyn Stokes’s Law & Legal.
Senator Raphael Warnock’s months of lobbying the White House to suspend the federal gasoline tax seems to be paying off as Pres Biden calls on Congress to pause the tax through the end of September.
Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is responding to allegations that he owes the city $83,000. Reed tells the Kenny Burns Show on V103 in Atlanta that he was stunned when he saw the ‘amazing’ headline.
Sean Garvey (host of The Mental Space) held a roundtable of influential people to discuss Juneteenth, reparations, and their connection to mental health.
Founding President of the Apex Museum Dan Moore Sr. joins Juandolyn Stokes to discuss the significance of Juneteenth and how the history behind the holiday still exists in modern-day times.
In honor of Father’s Day, Juandolyn Stokes talks to Lawrence E. Wilbon about his organization Father’s Incorporated and the importance of his organization when it comes to helping men become better fathers.
Candidate for GA Lt. Governor, Charlie Bailey comes on The Rashad Richey Morning Show to discuss his candidacy for the runoff election. Runoff election day is June 21st, 2022. For more information about voting, visit www.SOS.GA.gov .
We all Love when Mary Gill brings on her attorney friends. Attorney Andrew Beal talks with Real Estate 101’s Mary Gill about breach of contracts and Robo calls. We all know that generational wealth is extremely important to our communities survival.
WAOK was present for the Zoom meeting for members of the Black Media facilitated by People For the American Way (PFAW). PFAW, is a progressive advocacy organization founded in 1981 by U.S. Representative and civil rights leader, Barbara Jordan.
Sister Talk with Juandolyn Stokes welcomes Chivan Philpot to the show to discuss her business, Homes By Chiv & Associates, and how her professional work propelled Philpot to help residents become homeowners.
In recognition of Black Music Month, Sean Garvey invites two musical guests to speak on music and mental health. Precise and Wola weigh in on the topic of artist’s responsibility to make music that can influence a person’s mental health
Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) is asking colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives to pass ‘common sense’ gun regulations. The Democrat from metro Atlanta spoke as the body neared a vote on a package of gun safety measures.
Juandolyn Stokes & attorney C.K. Hoffler revisit the conversation on the mass shooting at a Texas school, including the Buffalo, New York supermarket shooting, and their thoughts on gun control in light of the number of violence across the country.
It’s another Medical Monday segment with Juadolyn Stokes and Dr. Geoffrey as they discuss the latest in the Monkeypox spread throughout different states of the country.
On Point with Juandolyn Stokes welcomes Dr. Sheila Flemming to the conversation on why voters are important going into the next election season.
Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat calls it ‘unfortunate’ that people believe that “hiding behind a keyboard and cyberbullying is appropriate these days.” According to Labat, “we’re going to show them that it’s not.” He talks about the death threats