A local attorney sparked a conversation about whether Atlanta is really a mecca for Black people after a video surfaced of an Atlanta police officer kicking a woman in the face.

A police sergeant in Atlanta shown on video kicking an apparently handcuffed woman in the face while his partner stands by idly has been suspended without pay, but only after the graphic footage was made public.

Clark Atlanta University has joined an initiative designed to create and support 1 million Black-owned businesses by 2030.

Atlanta teenagers Jayla Jackson and Emani Stanton became the first Black girl duo to win Harvard University's debate competition.

Dr. M. Brian Blake will become Georgia State University’s first Black president.

Spelman College has joined an initiative designed to empower the next generation of leaders through entrepreneurship.

A Black woman was shot in the leg on Friday in Atlanta after refusing a man's advances while on a date with her boyfriend.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and House Speaker David Ralston are placing the blame on everyone except for themselves.

Religious leaders have set forth four demands for the CEO's of three Georgia-based corporations: Coca-Cola, Delta and Home Depot, urging them to complete the actions by April 7, or face a boycott.

Killer Mike and Ryan Glover’s digital banking platform Greenwood has secured $40 million in funding.

Spelman College recently hit a major milestone with the highest application pool in the all-women HBCU’s 140-year history.

Speakers from across the city and region gathered to rebuke the killings which took place on Tuesday at three massage parlors in the Atlanta area.