Jan. 4, 2021

New Years Voting Special

New Years Voting Special

Whether you have already voted in the Georgia Senate runoff or making a plan to vote in person or just interested in political change, this is a must listen to episode of Boomer and the Millennial. Reggie and Armondi bring in the New Year with guest, Eme...


Whether you have already voted in the Georgia Senate runoff or making a plan to vote in person or just interested in political change, this is a must listen to episode of Boomer and the Millennial. Reggie and Armondi bring in the New Year with guest, Emery Wright, Co-Director of Project South, a grassroots organization heavily involved in Georgia’s get out to vote effort and community engagement. The generational banter continues as Armondi is introduced to coffee icon, Juan Valdez…meanwhile, Eddy the podcast dog craves attention.

Emery Wright

Co-Director, Project South

Emery Wright is co-director of Project South, an Atlanta-based movement-building organization that was founded under the name Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide. Wright is active in youth development and organizing and is founder of “Youth Speak Truth Radio,” a youth-led program on public affairs. Wright is also founder of the Nia Project, a Black youth development organization begun in 1998 and active from Boston to Atlanta. As Project South co-director, Wright continues to implement movement-building action through local, regional and global outreach.