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Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice

A City Proposal to Fight Crime Could Hurt Black Business

Public Safety

To Residents, Razing Atlanta Forest for ‘Cop City’ project is ‘an Act of Disinvestment’

Criminal Justice

Young Thug, Gunna, and Understanding RICO in Georgia

Criminal Justice

When Speech Isn’t Free: Young Thug and Gunna’s Racketeering Case Puts Lyrics on Trial

Criminal Justice

Wrongfully Convicted Black Man Gets $480,000 From State After Serving 18 Years

News Roundup

Black Leaders React to Dickens’ Crime Plan

City Politics

VP Harris Announces Funding for Spelman College, HBCUs Following Bomb Threats

News Roundup

Is A Guilty Verdict Enough? Black Residents in Atlanta Aren’t So Sure.

Criminal Justice

Fulton County Wants to Help Residents Pay Their Water Bills

News Roundup

Hate Crimes Trial Underway for Arbery’s Killers

News Roundup

Why Activists Are Speaking Up For A Former Black Educator

News Roundup

Dickens Moves Forward With Plans to Turn City Jail Into Diversion Center

News Roundup

Want to Comment About Police Reform? The City Wants to Hear From You.

News Roundup

Violence Isn’t New for Black People Trying to Get an Education

Public Safety

For Black College Students, AUC Was Their Safe Space. Now That’s Threatened, Too.

Public Safety

The Reading List: Stories on Health, Crime, and Race in Atlanta

Health

Need to File a Complaint Against Law Enforcement? Here’s How.

Policing
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