The "Tomahawk Chop” is racist and if you cannot acknowledge this, it means you are drowning in white privilege.

The president of the NAACP's Atlanta chapter has apologized for denouncing Kasim Reed's candidacy for mayor one day after the national group publicly admonished what it said amounted to an unsanctioned endorsement. Other NAACP members beg to differ.

A restaurant worker in the Buckhead area of Atlanta was shot while on a lunch break, called 9-1-1, and was met with multiple “please hold” responses.

Atlanta-based eco-friendly company Goodr Co. and rapper Gunna partnered to place a free clothing and grocery store in an Atlanta middle school. The newly-opened Goodr Grocery Store and Drip Closet is working to provide resources to underserved and underprivileged communities.

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Clark Atlanta University has joined Apple and Tennessee State University’s tech education initiative.

Jaumarcus McFarland, a former Pattonville High School football standout was tragically killed in Atlanta on Wednesday afternoon when an elevator collapsed on him leaving him pinned between floors for over an hour.

Jayla Jackson took the stage at the March On For Voting Rights rally in Atlanta, Georgia Saturday morning poised and ready to work. The 16-year-old poet and activist calmly took a breath then delivered one of the most impactful speeches of the entire day.

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Rapper Lil Baby teamed up with Foot Locker to refurbish a local basketball court in Atlanta.

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August 28th, local Atlanta activists will be honoring the 58th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s iconic March on Washington by organizing the March On For Voting Rights

Meet Caleb Anderson. He is a 13-year-old boy who just started his first semester at Georgia Tech University, one of the youngest students on campus

There’s a city buried under Lake Lanier (Georgia’s biggest lake), and submerged with it is a secret: An American horror story filled with terror, death, genocide, and ghosts.

One Atlanta mom found out that not all students are treated equally after she discovered that Black second graders at her local elementary school were intentionally being put in separate classes from their white colleagues.