“There clearly was an excessive use of force.” -Keisha Lance Bottoms, Atlanta Mayor
In a newly released Higher Heights for America poll of battleground state voters, 48 percent of base Biden voters believe that Biden should select a Black woman as his vice president.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued a mandate requiring all city residents to wear masks in public, conflicting with state-issued guidance.
In a move that undermines the efforts of several Georgia mayors, Gov. Kemp has reversed any mask mandate previously enacted in the state.
Bottoms revealed on Twitter that "COVID-19 has literally hit home," with her, her husband and one of her children testing positive.
Police are asking for the public's help in locating the people responsible for killing 8-year-old Secoriea Turner in Atlanta on Saturday.
The CDC report highlights a disturbing trend throughout the country.
A rise in coronavirus numbers posted over the weekend underscores the fact that the hardest-hit areas of the state are majority Black.
The sender of the racist text demanded that the mayor reopen Atlanta amid a global health pandemic.
Georgia residents will be able to go to the gym and get haircuts, massages and tattoos as of Friday, even in the middle of the pandemic.
It is critical that we unpack the substance beneath the sensation. Bottoms is Black; her name is Black; but are her politics in the best interest of Black people—and, if so, which ones?