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The U.S. Senate runoff between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Early voting will be available in most Georgia counties between Nov. 28 and Dec. 2. Some counties will start early voting starting on Today ( Saturday, Nov. 26) Warnock and Walker were forced into a runoff because neither candidate won a majority in the midterm election in November.

Atlanta Black Radio Stations Come Together Again for Black Radio United For The Vote ATLANTA – August 12, 2022 – After the success of the 2020 program, several of Atlanta’s Black Radio stations have teamed up once again with the common goals of voter education and mobilization in advance of the November 2022 election. In […]

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Georgia-bred rapper Cash Out has unfortunately been accused of being a ringleader in making ATL a hotspot for prostitution after he was recently indicted on rape, sex trafficking and convincing young women to sell their bodies by using his celebrity status.

An annual Confederate Memorial Day event managed to get approved at Stone Mountain Park in Georgia by park officials that claim the gathering is a "small and respectful" yearly tradition to honor Confederate Civil War leaders Jefferson Davis, Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee.

18-year-old Makenzie Thompson is the latest to become an academic beacon of hope after the Georgia high school senior made our whole community proud by obtaining over $1.3 million in scholarship offers from 49 out of the 51 universities that she applied to for college.

Goodr recently opened a free grocery store for senior citizens in Atlanta.

Atlanta-based HBCU Morehouse College is now developing a new institute that will further assure that issues affecting many Black men throughout the world don't go unnoticed. 

An Atlanta restaurant is being accused of trans discrimination after video of the manager denying a trans woman service over the way she was dressed went viral.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp pushed for a new state gun law during a press conference on Wednesday at the Adventure Outdoors, an outdoor sports store located about 15 miles Northwest of Atlanta. The new law would do away with the license needed to carry a handgun in public, openly or concealed on one’s body.

Politicians, activists and community leaders in Atlanta are working to restore the long-ignored chapter of U.S. history following the Civil War where thousands of Black men, women and children were pulled off the streets and convicted of petty crimes then sent into camps and factories.

Stacey Abrams, who built her national reputation by advocating for voting rights, is calling on Congress to take action on federal voting rules as the Democrat launches a second bid to become Georgia’s governor.