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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.
Six people standing on wooden front porch wearing dress clothes and smiling for photo. The black man wearing a tan suit in the center of the photo holds a large pair of blue scissors cutting a blue ribbon outside of a maternity home with light green siding and a red front door.
Healthcare access, limited space and homelessness challenge maternity homes in Georgia, despite a law passed that expands zoning for homes.
Urban gardens and farms in Atlanta help fight against food insecurity through affordable produce and education.
Women's high school flag football team in blue and white uniforms practice on football field with coach in blue and black with a baseball hat to the right
Women's flag football, one of the country's fastest-growing sports, is leading to scholarship opportunities and college leagues.
Marietta's Chalktoberfest drew 83 chalk artists from all over the U.S. and countries such as Mexico, Japan, France, Italy, Turkey, Brazil and Ukraine. Fifty craft vendors, 11 bands and 125 beer and wine vendors were also available for sampling brews.
Black woman in green t-shirt presenting the Georgia Resilience and Opportunity Fund paper to Black woman in tan t-shirt
Atlanta women receive a guaranteed income for two years. Participants reflect on how the Georgia Resilience and Opportunity Fund is helping.
Gun carry license form with black gun laying on top.
Nearly four dozen mayors from around the state of Georgia are urging Gov. Kemp and lawmakers to enact stricter gun laws to help curb gun violence in local communities.
child wearing green shirt and red backpack boards a yellow school bus
Georgia schools face shortage of school bus drivers and challenges in the future of transporting students
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