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

Economic Development

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

History

Black Residents Scramble as City Operated Water Shutdown Is Underway

Policy

Why Atlanta Is Shutting Off Water for 27,000 Residents

Explainers

John Taylor III’s Mission is to Help Black Men Unlock Their Full Potential

Everyday Heroes

How a Nurse Turned a Testing Van Into a Health Center

Everyday Heroes

TikTok Made ATL a Hub for Black Social Media Influencers. What’s Next if It’s Banned?

Black Biz

On Runoff Election Day, Black Voters Are Anxious

What Black Voters Are Saying

On the Last Days of Early Voting, Metro Atlanta Residents Aren’t Mincing Words

What Black Voters Are Saying

Fear of a Walker Win Motivates Black Early Voters in DeKalb

What Black Voters Are Saying

Election Hangover? Black Voters React to Results of Midterm Races

What Black Voters Are Saying

What Black Voters Are Saying on Election Day

2022 Midterm Election

Black Early Voters in North Suburbs Motivated by Inflation, Crime, Civic Duty

What Black Voters Are Saying

Black Early Voters in DeKalb Focused on Medicaid, Gun Control, and Education

What Black Voters Are Saying

Atlanta Wants Your Feedback on Its Neighborhood Planning Units

City Politics

Voting Early? Here’s How You Can Cast Your Vote in Metro Atlanta

2022 Midterm Election

Black LGBTQ+ Voters Concerned About Homelessness, Housing, and Health Care

What Black Voters Are Saying

Abortion, Cost of Living, and Housing Motivating Black Women Voters in Metro Atlanta

What Black Voters Are Saying

What Black Voters Should Know Ahead of Election Day in Georgia

2022 Midterm Election

Live in Atlanta? Your District May Be Changing

City Politics
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