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In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams sits down with Bloomberg Media reporter Conor Sen on metro Atlanta and the 2020 election. Conor talks about the economic recovery in Georgia and why it had more of a factor in Biden winning in a slimmer margin. The two also talk about the growth of metro Atlanta and how that affe…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams sits down with Georgia Public Broadcasting's Stephen Fowler. Stephen is here to explain all of your voter questions regarding the November 3rd election, the controversy on ballot recounts, the runoffs, and more!He also has a podcast on elections on Georgia called Ballot Box that'…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams sits down with political consultant Cory Ruth of Mergence Global to talk politics. The two talk about what it means to be a Black Republican in the age of Trump, the Georgia Senate races, and forecasting the Atlanta 2021 mayors race. If you would like to get in contact with Cory,…
 
In this episode of 'The Neighborhood Watch Podcast', host King Williams, sits down with journalist and podcast host Christina Lee. Christina is one half of the podcast duo 'Bottom of the Map' from WABE Atlanta, she also hosted a limited series for iHeartmedia entitled 'Racket: Inside the Gold Club', about the infamous Gold Club in Atlanta. Christin…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams hopped on Zoom to talk to statistician Ryan Harris on Georgia's record turnout. Ryan talks about the differences in Georgia's election turnouts of 2016 versus 2020. He also talks about the role of the 2018 Georgia Gubernatorial elections and why that vote was historic. We also ta…
 
*First my apologies on the audio of this episode. It was done over Zoom and a bad microphone connection on my end. Please take a listen as this is a wealth of great conversation on podcasts with John Asante.*In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams talks to Atlanta native, fellow Georgia State alum, and professional pod…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I hopped on Zoom to talk to Cornell University professor Lawrence Glickman.Professor Glickman has written several books on consumerism, free markets, and society. In this interview, we talk about whether or not boycotts are liberal, conservative, or both. Remembering the backlash to The New Deal, w…
 
In this interview of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I sit down and talk to historian Kevin Levin. Kevin is the author of several books specifically on The Civil War entitled, Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth, Remembering the Battle of the Crater: War as Murder, and Interpreting the Civil War at Museums and His…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I hopped on Zoom to talk to a buddy of mine and former police officer, Ernest Hawkins of the mental health running organization Run With E.In this interview, we talk about what he sees at the protests from the perspective of a Black man and a former officer. His thoughts on defunding vs abolishing …
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I got on Zoom to talk to a fellow Atlanta eastsider in Ruben Harris, the founder of Career Karma, a company that helps to reskill people for higher-paying jobs. Ruben talks about how he ended up in Silicon Valley, why he started Career Karma, why now is the time to reskill, and why software is eati…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I got on Zoom to talk to a buddy of mine, Dr. Ayanna Abrams, who is a licensed therapist here in Atlanta, and we talk about mental health in a time of crisis.Dr. Abrams took out time to talk to me on how to deal with mental health for yourself, seeing signs of distress in others, and also why she g…
 
**This interview was conducted before the pandemic on February 28th 2020 and due to a host of reasons, was not made available until today.** In this interview, I sit down to talk to Cedric Michael, the Vice President of T. Dallas Smith, one of the few large scale Black, commercial real estate companies in America. We talk about how Cedric got into …
 
On this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I hopped on Zoom to talk to Dr. Jessica Barron, author of the book 'The Urban Church Imagined' and consultant with national consulting firm Frontline Solutions. In this interview, we talk about the role of an under-reported phenomenon taking place in cities, church plants.For those not aware, churc…
 
In this interview, I talk to Chris Bruce, Political Director of the ACLU of Georgia. Over Zoom, we talked specifically about several key bills that were or were not passed at the end of the legislative year which ended this Friday.This includes the hate crimes bill and controversial HB838, a new bill that gives police even more protections includin…
 
Today is a departure for the main podcast as I decided to upload a podcast in which I was guest on. The podcast is entitled to the 'We Got Spirit How About You' podcast from Joshua G. Sanders, a former PK (preachers kid) who interviews different people on their personal journeys with faith.In this interview, we talk about finding God for yourself. …
 
The Neighborhood Watch Podcast is officially back after a hiatus and in this episode, I speak to Kyle Stapleton. Kyle is the Sr. Manager of Culture and Experience at WarnerMedia, formerly Turner, based here in Atlanta.Kyle is someone I've known since college and is generally of the most fun people to talk to about anything. In this interview, we ta…
 
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