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Are Relationships Between Black Residents and APD Improving? Mayor Dickens Thinks So.

City Politics

Can This Community Activist Get Rent Control on the Ballot?

Housing

HBCU Stereotypes ‘Dampen the Light.’ Here’s What People Get Wrong.

Higher Education

Kemp Declares State of Emergency Over Stop ‘Cop City’ Movement

Environmental Justice

Confess Project Uses Barbershops to Cut Stigma of Black Mental Health

Mental Health

Deadly ‘Cop City’ Shooting Divides Residents, Activists, and Law Enforcement

Policing

Black Atlantans Keep Getting Hit By Cars. This City Lawmaker Is Trying to Change That.

Public Safety

From Medicaid Expansion to Abortion, Here’s What Georgia Lawmakers Are Discussing

Health

Black Atlantans Rate Dickens on His First Year As Mayor

City Politics

The Founder of Atlanta’s Oldest Black History Museum Talks Auburn Avenue’s Future

Economic Development

Meet Ranger Marty, the Man Tasked With Preserving Martin Luther King’s Legacy

History

Black Residents Talk Pride, Legacy, and Racial Tension on MLK Day

History

How Young Thug’s Community Feels About His Upcoming Trial

Courts

There’s a New COVID-19 Variant Spreading. Here’s What We Know.

COVID-19

How to Get a Misdemeanor Expunged in Georgia

Courts

Black Residents Scramble as City Operated Water Shutdown Is Underway

Policy

The Trial of Young Thug and YSL Starts This Month. Here’s What to Know.

Courts

Why Atlanta Is Shutting Off Water for 27,000 Residents

Explainers

Five Issues Black State Lawmakers Plan to Tackle in 2023

State Politics

Meet the New Chairman of Georgia’s Legislative Black Caucus

Politics
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