YOUR VOICE: Do you think black high school students were slighted by limited expectations from teachers and were they adequately prepared for college?
Lauren Cunningham, Stone Mountain “I do feel like teachers expected less of me in middle school and high school. I grew up in a predominantly black area… it was like…
Hundreds of family members, friends and grieving fans gathered along Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway Wednesday evening to mourn the death of popular Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo.
Georgia’s voter registration process violates the Voting Rights Act and has prevented tens of thousands of residents, mostly minorities, from registering to vote, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday.
In a rare occurrence in Georgia, a law enforcement officer has been indicted for murder as a result of his actions while on duty.
Singer Gladys Knight is so mad with her son that she has filed a lawsuit against him. But it’s not personal – it’s business.
In less than a decade, Georgia and Atlanta has solidified its position and has rightly earned the title as the “Hollywood of the South.”
Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson insists he won’t be a “volunteer apologist’’ for Donald Trump
In light of the news this week that major health care provider Aetna is pulling out of Georgia’s insurance marketplace
After numerous community meetings and much speculation, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Thursday made an official announcement on the future of Turner Field and its surrounding area.
A judge on Monday signed an order ending an ownership dispute over the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s traveling Bible and Nobel Peace Prize medal that had essentially pitted the slain civil rights leader’s two sons against their sister.
Hillary Clinton is expanding her presidential battleground map to include the traditionally Republican states of Georgia and Arizona - another sign that Republican Donald Trump’s missteps have Democrats contemplating a November landslide that could help the party in down-ballot contests.
Now that round two is in the bag, the winners of the July 26 runoff elections prepare for the championship round in November.
In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement versus Blue Lives Matter and the overall heighten tension between police and the black community, the future of the African American minority children is at the forefront.
More than 46 million Americans live in poverty, according to Poverty USA. To address this issue, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) is holding its 58th annual convention from July 21-24 at the Hilton Atlanta Airport.
A trek of 648 miles will be taken on behalf of the poor to bring awareness to an issue that is often ignored.