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Rapper 21 Savage donated laptops to children in DeKalb County, Georgia as part of his annual back to school drive.
A course about Kandi Burruss’ entrepreneurial moves is coming to Georgia State University.
Spelman College launched a scholarship fund to honor the legacy of the late John Lewis.
Secoriea Turner died July 4 after being hit when multiple gunmen shot at her mother's car that the little girl…
Tyler Perry gifted a van to an Atlanta nonprofit that provides the homeless with health and hygiene products.
Rapper 21 Savage launched an online financial literacy program for youth.
Plans to transform an Atlanta jail into a justice and equity center for marginalized communities are moving forward.
The funeral for Rayshard Brooks was being held in Atlanta at the historic church where The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther…
Atlanta entrepreneur Aisha “Pinky” Cole teamed up with Clark Atlanta University to create a scholarship fund for Rayshard Brooks’ children.
The Atlanta police killing of Rayshard Brooks is the latest instance in a disturbing series of cops openly disrespecting their…
Usher’s nonprofit donated over 350 vegan meals to individuals in need in Atlanta.
The entertainment mogul lays out a detailed plan.
A viral video showing a fight in a mall parking lot was the latest indication that Georgia may have re-opened…
Songstress Janelle Monáe teamed up with nonprofit organizations to distribute over 5,000 free meals to Atlanta residents in need.
Actress Tracee Ellis Ross surprised over 100 Spelman students during one of their Zoom meetings.
Morehouse College has teamed up with Microsoft to bridge the digital divide among its students.
Folks still want businesses to reopen in their state despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The Atlanta-based Black-owned restaurant Slutty Vegan donated meals to the city’s senior citizens.
Tyler Perry purchased groceries for senior citizens and other high-risk shoppers in Atlanta and New Orleans amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Atlanta-based nonprofit is providing portable hand-washing stations to combat the spread of COVID-19 among the homeless.