The string of cases where police are summoned to a situation by a biased caller has invaded higher learning.
For the last several months, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ Administration has been working ambitiously and collaboratively to continue the momentum that will transform the downtown area widely known as the “The Gulch.” For 50 years, the site that was once a rail yard has been chronically underdeveloped. To many, it was little more than a […]
A high school football showdown is on the horizon featuring top high schools from metro Atlanta and Alabama, as Cam Newton and C1N announces the first C1N Football High School Classic. Three teams from each rival state will participate in the classic on Saturday, August 25 at Lakewood Stadium in Atlanta. Georgia will be represented by […]
Cash flow is the lifeblood of every small business but many business owners underestimate just how vital managing cash flow is to their business’s success. In fact, a healthy cash flow is more important than your business’s ability to deliver its goods and services. While that might seem counterintuitive, consider this: if you fail to […]
In partnership with adidas, Lyft, P&G, and Reebok, LeanIn.Org is highlighting the unfairness of this pay gap and the double discrimination that holds Black women back, and Aug. 7 is a big day in the movement. August 7 is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, which marks how far Black women had to work into 2018 […]
Week of August 8-14 August 8 1865—Explorer Matthew Henson is born in Baltimore, Md. Henson would become the first person to reach the North Pole on April 6, 1909. However, it was his boss Robert E. Perry who would receive widespread public recognition and a presidential citation for the honor. But in later years, records […]
Week of August 1-7 August 1 1619—This is possibly the day that the history of Blacks in America begins. However, no one knows for sure the exact day that the ship arrived in Jamestown, Va., carrying at least 20 Africans who were sold as indentured servants. There is some authority that the ship arrived in […]
Hammonds House Museum will unveil its new exhibit, “As We Dream: The O.T. Hammonds and Hammonds House Museum Collection, curated…
Avoid hitting your favorite brunch spot looking like ashy Larry by choosing one of these Black girl friendly options.
Everyone feels down, or “blue,” once in a while. The occasional blue feeling is a normal part of life. But feeling blue without relief can be a sign of what doctors call clinical depression. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. […]
What is the MAPP Study? Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) may affect people who find their mood is down or depressed in winter. People with SAD are less interested in doing things they typically enjoy during the rest of the year. They may feel tired, have changes in how much they sleep and eat and not […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — There has been no reset, no moment of national healing. One year after blaming “both sides” for violent clashes between White supremacists and counterprotesters, President Donald Trump still flirts with racially tinged rhetoric — and feels little blowback from Republican leaders or GOP voters when he does. Black leaders and Democrats argue […]
It seems almost every day we’re hearing about yet another incident of Black people being harassed by white people for simply existing. Commonly known as “living while Black,” it usually involves some white person calling the police to report Black folk doing normal, everyday activities that, when performed by white folk, are deemed normal, everyday […]