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Southern Center for Human Rights Kicks Off Public Safety Town Hall Series

Public Safety

How Stigma Affects Public Health Response to Monkeypox

Health

How LaTosha Brown Is Rewriting the Playbook for Engaging Black Voters

Voting

Black Voters in Conyers and Stonecrest Talk Inflation Woes and Midterm Election Hopes

What Black Voters Are Saying

Where to Get Tested and Vaccinated for Monkeypox in Metro Atlanta

Health

Lead Cleanup Slowly Earns Trust With Help From Local Institutions

Environmental Justice

Will Georgia’s Book Ban Target Black Authors? Educators Have Concerns.

Education

For Westside Residents, Fear of Gentrification Turns Lead Remediation Into ‘Two-Edged Sword’

Environmental Justice

Facing Eviction, Forest at Columbia Residents Meet with DeKalb Commissioner

Housing

Policing in Atlanta at Center of Upcoming Town Hall Series

Policing

Where in the World is Officer Gray?

Policing

‘An Illegal Eviction’: Forest at Columbia Residents Feel Blindsided By Ownership

Housing

Black Americans Are Disproportionately Affected By Monkeypox. U.S. Officials Failed To Mention It.

We Spoke to An Atlanta Man with Monkeypox. Here’s What We Learned.

Health

Nightlife Businesses Make Presence Felt at City Hall

Black Biz

In Atlanta, Work on a New EPA Superfund Site Leaves Black Neighborhoods Wary, Fearing Gentrification

Environmental Justice

City of Atlanta Giving $300,000 to Abortion Fund

Reproductive Health

A City Proposal to Fight Crime Could Hurt Black Business

Public Safety

A Guide to Atlanta’s NPU System

Explainers

Black Men Make Up Over 80% of Monkeypox Cases in Georgia

Health
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