With 52% of Atlanta’s population being black, one could assume all the city's growth means black folks in Atlanta should be winning, but sadly they are not.

Black Twitter thinks Joe Biden mispronounced the name "Ebenezer Baptist Church" during his speech in Atlanta to discuss the state of voting rights in America.

Some of the leading advocates who have long sounded the alarm about the urgency for Congress to advance any bills on voting rights are skipping Biden's speech in Atlanta about voting rights, suggesting the president's words are too little, too late.

Spelman College has received a $12 million endowment for the creation of an innovation and arts center.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp pushed for a new state gun law during a press conference on Wednesday at the Adventure Outdoors, an outdoor sports store located about 15 miles Northwest of Atlanta. The new law would do away with the license needed to carry a handgun in public, openly or concealed on one’s body.

Bill White, the chief executive officer of the Buckhead City Committee, got his hand caught in the racist cookie jar after he retweeted then deleted a tweet from a well-documented white supremacist page.

Patricia Cornwall, an anti-mask "Karen" and Delta Air Lines passenger who was shown on video physically attacking at least one passenger during a flight from Tampa to Atlanta last week, is being investigated by the FBI.

Trailblazing actress Cicely Tyson and music legend Ray Charles will be posthumously inducted into the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame in 2022.

Members of the Buckhead City Committee are calling for passengers to refrain from rolling down their windows to purchase from water boys. Tomeka Pless, mother of the slain teen, says her son Jalanni was killed on 8th Street in Midtown back in June 2020 over $10 from selling a bottle of water.

On Friday, Black teenage college student Alhaji M. Sow was shot and killed by police on the campus of his school, the Florida Institute of Technology. Melbourne police claim the 18-year-old was "wielding a knife in a threatening manner" and “assaulting students."

After learning a local youth basketball program in Atlanta was encountering transportation obstacles, a collective of Black CEOs stepped in and gifted the team with a new bus.

Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young helped feed over 500 families in need this Thanksgiving weekend.