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Last night was epic night; I got the chance to celebrate with one of the most outstanding and influential men of our time Ambassador Andrew Young. Atlanta’s former mayor celebrated his 85th birthday with grandeur and style with dignitaries from all walks of life at Phillips Arena. 
Ambassador Andrew Young has done so much for the city of Atlanta, for our people, for our country and for the world. He’s known as the ambassador to the world and tonight the world celebrated his special day. The birthday celebration included a phenomenal concert and turned into an award show celebrating the work of two outstanding
people who serve.  I once heard on the news that it’s nearly impossible to pack Phillips Arena but there were people everywhere and the event was near capacity. The crowd was electric and Atlanta was there to celebrate the life of Ambassador Young. 


"HISTORY's "Roots" Screening With Cast Member Tip "T.I." Harris And Executive Producer Will Packer"

I had the opportunity to check out the first episode of ROOTS the new miniseries presented by the History Channel. I grew up watching the miniseries and did not know if we needed another slave story. But after seeing the first episode and listening to Director Will Packer speak about his motivation to recreate this epic series; I am ecstatic to share this historical moment with you all.

"HISTORY's "Roots" Screening With Cast Member Tip "T.I." Harris And Executive Producer Will Packer"

The movie is a visual masterpiece and a great conversation piece about being American. The private event was held at Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights and some of Atlanta’s most influential were in attendance to see the first episode and discuss its impact.

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Former Atlanta Mayor, Andrew Young, had planned to be on a plane that crashed in the Bahamas Sunday, according to a person close to the Young family who asked not to be named.

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(10/3/2010)  T.I. and his  wife Tiny held a luncheon at Luckie Lounge in Atlanta for honorees of their “For the Love of Our Fathers” foundation, a charity that addresses the issue of the increased rate of Alzheimer’s in the African American community and the absence rate of victims receiving proper treatment for their illness. Tiny’s father – a founding member of the R&B group The Tams – suffers from the effects of the crippling disease, while T.I.’s father life relinquished as a result of this disease.

However, T.I. brings awareness and his legacy lives.  The  luncheon agenda  included Dr. Patrick A. Griffith, a member of the Division of Neurology Chief at Morehouse School of Medicine and the Community Alzheimer’s Advocate Tena S. Walker, and Sister 2 Sister Magazine editor Jamie Foster Brown as speakers.  The OMG Girlz and QT Jazz Guests performed. T.I. and Tiny are supported by many. Andrew Young,  Rasheeda, Kandi, and many more were there . For more information visit . READ MORE