Atlanta has the opportunity at the Chattahoochee Brick Co. site to set a course toward healing wounds inflicted by the treatment of Black citizens by Atlanta’s white elites in the post Reconstruction era.
Georgia Power and its foundation will invest $15 million a year for the next five years to help advance racial equity and social justice efforts in Georgia – an effort that will total of $75 million.
Atlanta is one of the best cities to live in the U.S., according to a new report from Niche. Atlanta ranked #18 for best cities for young professionals and #42 for best cities to live in overall. The city also ranked as #42 for healthiest places to live. Cheers to our city! We’re proud to […]
Atlanta is often seen as a Black mecca for business. Now the Metro Atlanta Chamber is seeking to make it even more so.
Flaunting a more redeeming nickname — “The City Too Busy to Hate” — one might expect more from Atlanta in terms of class parity, as recent news reports have underscored a trend of seemingly targeted discrimination among folks living in the city’s margins.