Mayor Responds To Morris Brown Supporters Protest Over Possible Location of Friendship Baptist Church

August 18, 2013 10:30 PM " ATLANTA (WAOK)- Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed responded angrily Friday to recent protests by supporters of Morris Brown College over the possible location of Friendship Baptist Church. On Thursday, Morris Brown supporters lead by State Senator Vincent Fort and Derrick Boazman, activist and talk show host of “Too Much Truth” on 1380 WAOK, accused Mayor Reed of attempting to “land grab” Morris Brown property to make way for the new location of Friendship Baptist Church. Friendship is one of two Baptist churches that must be purchased and demolished to make way for the new Falcons Stadium.

Mayor Reed was visibly angered by those accusations and defended himself and his administration.

The mayor responded by first listing ways he has helped Morris Brown since taking office. Reed said he helped get the  U.S. Department of Education to forgive more than $9.4 million in debt owed by the college "

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