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A gray dog stands on its hind legs with its front paws on a black half-door. The dog is staring at the camera with its ears raised. There is a blue dog bed and yellow wall in the background.
LifeLine Animal Project, Georgia's largest animal welfare organization, is facing a major obstacle in its newest shelter in Fulton County. The facility is so overcrowded that soon, pets may need to be euthanized to keep the shelter operational.
A Black man wearing a baseball cap and navy blue button-up shirt stands with his arms crossed and smiles at the camera. He is standing in a rounded glass enclosure with rows of crops growing behind him.
For Georgia’s Black farmers, systemic discrimination is among one of many factors contributing to notably high rates of mental health issues. Farming is not only a means to produce crops and revenue, but the surrounding community also serves to address farmers' mental health problems.
A woman sits at a table surrounded by oil pastels. She wears a hat and green sweater and is drawing large, swirling black lines with an oil pastel on paper.
The High Museum of Art offers free admission to guests in its new Access for All Program. Every third Wednesday of the month, guests can immerse themselves in Atlanta's art and culture for no cost.
Three pieces of velvet embroidered with hands are displayed on a white wall. From left to right, the pieces are green, red, and yellow.
The Reeves House Visual Arts Center in Woodstock is home to "Please Touch the Art," a tactile exhibit that provides visitors with a unique hands-on experience.
Headshot of Kali Cunningham, a young adult male with Los Angeles Dodgers hat and black beard wearing black hooded sweatshirt and a gold chain against a plain purple background.
Kali Cunningham started Huglife Cares, a nonprofit organization that hosts community cleanups, back-to-school drives and other events to give back to the community he calls home.
GA Everyday Heroes: Helping Paw - Several; young children and an adult sitting on floor in circle around large, golden-furred dog wearing a green vest
Reggie, a four-year-old golden retriever, brings hope and love to patients and families at Children’s Health Care of Atlanta.
Lady T's Homeless Ministry provides homemade meals and necessities such as toiletries and blankets to Georgians facing housing insecurity. Lady T assists hundreds of people every week, serving as a pillar of her community and changing lives every day.
MLK award ceremony: Three Black women stand together on a stage behind a podium. On the left, the woman wears a police uniform. In the center, the woman wears a long coat and holds a trophy and bouquet of flowers. The woman on the right wears a blue dress.
Cobb County government employee Frances "Missy" Cook received the "Living the Dream" award on MLK Day in recognition for her leadership and commitment to diversity and inclusion in Cobb County.
Atlanta student homelessness: Young Black man with black dreads in formal wear with black bow tie crouches on orange carpet in front of black curtain with several hanging paper signs.
Covenant House Georgia, an Atlanta-based youth shelter, provides housing, mental health care, and career services to homeless youths.
Three volunteers stand around a table piled with dozens of boxed food items.
Center for Family Resources hosts "Thanks for Giving" meal drive to provide DIY holiday meal kits for Cobb County families in need.
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