South Atlanta

Police Reform is Needed, Veteran Police Officer, Robert Hawes, Suggests Sensible Changes to Police Procedures

Since the death of George Floyd, an unarmed 46-year-old Black man choked by a police officer just over a year ago in Minnesota, police in the United States have killed at least 1,068 people, according to data from a group called Mapping Police Violence. In just the first five months of 2021, 371 civilians have been shot, 71 of whom were Black.  &... [Read More]

Sahaa CBD Atlanta Gives Back with the Healing Power of Hemp

For centuries, hemp has offered healing benefits for individuals throughout the world. As one of the first-ever agricultural plants, hemp has been widely recognized and used for its herbal and medicinal benefits since the beginning of time. ... [Read More]
July 9, 2021

Out Together in Peachtree City with Mayoral Candidate Nick Ferrante, His Top Priority is Conserving the Magic

When you listen to Nick Ferrante describe his city, you instantly get the feeling that he’s just a guy that loves his hometown and believes that decency shouldn’t be the goal but the least we can do.    “When I was a kid growing ... [Read More]
July 8, 2021

Being Kind; Your Way to Peace, Abundant Living, and Wholeness

Kindness is an ideal that is easily accessible to all of us. We all know that a small kindness can make our journeys lighter and more enjoyable. Even bringing an instance of kindness to mind can put a smile on your face days or weeks later or ... [Read More]
July 2, 2021

Under 40 Spotlight

TaQuonda HillServant LeaderTaQuonda Hill’s contribution to community can be described as Servant Leadership. She serves as president & CEO of Charm & Company, serves on the Board of Directors for the Change Management Institute, she is ... [Read More]
May 2, 2021

Jasmine Bowls is P.R.O.O.F. There is No Lack of Resources, but Instead, a Lack of Access

Jasmine Bowles refers to herself as a “first-generation ATLian”, who moved to Clayton County with her parents in the first grade. This move would prove to be a turning point in her life, cementing her in the surrounding community and leading to ... [Read More]
May 2, 2021

Eric Bell, The Activist

It’s in his blood, community activism, that is. Eric Bell is the grandson of Dr. Roy Charles Bell, the prominent dentist, and civil rights activist who helped open the doors to Grady Memorial Hospital so that African Americans could access proper ... [Read More]
May 1, 2021

Opening Her Third Eye, The Mystical Vision of Marie Thomas’ Photography Captures More Than Exterior Images

Marie Thomas has something that most people do not have, and many of those who have it don’t know it. The West End-based artist calls it her “Third Eye.” It is not like a statue of a pagan goddess with a third eyeball on her forehead. It is a ... [Read More]
May 1, 2021

Be Ready So You Don’t Have to Get Ready

As a registered nurse, Tracee Coleman has seen more than her fair share of Coronavirus related fatalities. Her tales and experiences have been made up of life, career and financial lessons we can all learn from as people and members of a community. ... [Read More]
April 14, 2021