Greenbriar Organic Mobile Market


Real food that is good for you at great prices. All in Southwest Atlanta, the S.W.A.T!  Green4Life, owned by Lee and Gertrude Muhammad, brings us organic,  locally grown, seasonal produce and herbs.




Drop by Greenbriar Mall’s north parking lot (beside GA Hwy 166) and stock up or get the delicious teas or herbs. It is worth your time on any Saturday (Except July 7), weather permitting.







Black Newspapers Still Relevant


One of at least six local Black Atlanta newspapers, The Atlanta Daily World’s mission for over 50 years has been “To seek out the truth and report it without fear or favor.”

As I read the June 16, 2018 edition of The Atlanta Inquirer newspaper I want to recommend several of their good articles that include:
– 4 Lessons The NFL Could Learn from ABC by Terrance Woodbury
– Power of the Sister Vote! by Felicia Davis
– Friendship Baptist Church to Host A Community Forum on Human Trafficking in Atlanta:  Sat., June 23, 10am-12noon

Whether you read it online at or get the printed copy from your local library, grocery store or other business, The Atlanta Inquirer is always informative and relevant.

As with all Black newspapers, locally and nationally, they cover stories that are often missed by other media sources. And, these stories are told from an insider’s perspective. Get informed. Get the truth about your community. Get the Black newspaper(s) as one of your reputable sources of news.

Other Black Newspapers available in Atlanta include:

– The Atlanta Daily World

– The Atlanta Voice

– The Final Call

– The Overground Rail Road

– Rolling Out

Why not download the free app or put the website in your favorites on your mobile devices?

Note:  Terrance Woodbury’s article was also published by:


Call, Advocate, Make A Difference!

Let your voice be heard to re-purpose an empty APS school for a worthy cause.  This information is from Michael Campbell of Black On Purpose (BOP) TV.  If you are unfamiliar with this cause, please “Google” it, discuss with friend and follow-up to improve our community and help secure a new home for BOP TV:

Thanks so much for keeping up the good work!…

I don’t think They really understood the level of support and the number of people that watch BOP TV worldwide.

I pray that the politics of the few don’t block the desire of everyone else for real progress!
Blow up The Phone for progress
Week 3!

Call City Councilwoman Andrea Boone
BLOW UP HER PHONE! every chance you get!
and let her know that you support The rezoning of The RH Wright Elementary School for BOP TV Studios!
The School has sat empty for 10 years!

People are dumping trash Illegally, abandoning stolen cars and prostitution is going on in the parking lot!

We need growth in undeserved communities!

We cant allow a few to determine the fate of a major project for our Youth

We need leadership to step up for the benefit of ENTIRE community

Job Creation, Training, and technology helps drive the local economy

Do not let relationships with a few residents affect the growth of the entire district!
Blow up this NUMBER!
All Week!….
June 16th
Join the BOP TV Family!
12 NOON – 2pm
2001 Martin Luther King Blvd. Atlanta
We will be doing a live stream on Youtube!
Details coming this week!

Black on Purpose Television Network
1292 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd


Mayor Bottoms At ATL Belt Line Quarterly Update


This evening Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms addressed a standing room only crowd as she and other local leaders gave the Quarterly Update on the ATL Belt Line.

Some estimates put the number of attendees at the Friendship Baptist Church at well over 500.



Members of the audience were allowed to ask questions.  Many of which were tough, passionate and respectful. Questions included increasing number of affordable housing units, increasing access for seniors, actually using input from community engagement sessions, as well as equity issues and quality of the westside trails as compared to the east side trails.



The panel facilitator was excellent!! He also asked tough questions of the panel that included City Department heads and Odetta from the Transformation Alliance, a local non profit.