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.

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.

It looks like many are calling for a citywide shutdown of Atlanta's well-known water boys biz after it reportedly led to the shooting death of an 18-year-old last summer.


October 29th, 2021, news broke, Atlanta reporter Jovita Moore passed away. The Emmy Award winner was battling Brain Cancer for three months prior to her passing. Moore was 53 years old at the time of her passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her friends and family. Check out photos of the legendary reporter, […]

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced that investigators from the Atlanta Police Department were on their way to Salt Lake City to provide a private lab with DNA evidence from the missing and murderer children from the “Atlanta Child Murders” case.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

Ivory Streeter was one of the officers who dragged and tased two HBCU students just days before another Atlanta Police officer killed Rayshard Brooks. Messiah Young of Morehouse College and Taniya Pilgram of Spelman College were pulled from their vehicle and tased on live television last May.  

 25-year-old Brittany Wright of Atlanta is mourning the loss of her husband after he passed from COVID-19 on Saturday after both contracted the virus.

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.

Good News

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

One of the most popular furniture chains across the globe is taking heat for selections in a menu that was more stereotyping than celebrating Juneteenth and black culture.