Tag Archives: Atlanta

Not Enough Kindness

By Jannah Bolds
Editor-In-Chief, The Bold Opinion

— The Golden Rule — 
“Do unto others, as you’d want others to do unto you.”

Since when did kindness become a lost art? I’m beginning to see acts of kindness praised, glorified, digitally documented, and even overly appreciated. “Overly appreciated” in the sense where people are surprised or confused on why someone is doing something nice for them. Have we become so out of touch or removed from such instinctual human habits that the simplest gestures become the highlights of our days? Not sure about you, but I think it’s pretty normal to just be kind, do favors, or show appreciation to the people you know and even those you don’t. I apologize, in advanced, for the rant, but I’m sure someone’s soul needed to hear this. We’ve got to do better. Continue reading Not Enough Kindness

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Newnan’s Nazi No-No

By Deke Lloyd
Writer, Contributor

The National Socialist Movement is a Neo Nazi group based out of Detroit, Michigan. They are a hate group and they have rallies in cites all over the country. The hate group has come to the forefront of the media after one of their recent rallies, Charlottesville. The National Socialist Movement, NSM, was responsible for the Unite the Right rally that led to a counter protester dying and others injured. The incident in Virginia has not slowed down the NSM or their supporters, another rally was planned for Saturday, April 20th, in Newnan, Georgia. Continue reading Newnan’s Nazi No-No

The Black Business Mixer from the view of a Millennial

By Kevin Thomas
Writer, Contributor

The business world is a hard place to break into for millennials.  I always questioned how new or smaller businesses were supposed to get their foot in the door with so many big companies in place.  Imagine my surprise upon attending the Black Business Mixer Atlanta, a bi-monthly get-together of new and burgeoning businesses meet and network with one another so they may learn how to better their own business ventures and help new ones thrive.  A more hopeful sight could not be seen. Continue reading The Black Business Mixer from the view of a Millennial