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LGBTQ city council member Antonio Brown indicted for fraud

A federal grand jury indicted Atlanta City Council member Antonio Brown – the only LGBTQ member of the council – on multiple fraud charges and alleged that he faked loan documents to buy luxury autos.

Dyllón Burnside on ‘Pose,’ racial justice and his ‘mama bear’ mom

You probably know Dyllón Burnside as Ricky on FX's “Pose.” But did you know he got his start in a boy band and spends his coronavirus summer in metro Atlanta fighting for racial justice?

Macon man arrested for killing transgender woman

A recovered handgun used to kill a transgender woman in Macon led to the arrest of her suspected killer on Thursday – more than two years after the shooting.

Park Cannon among five finalists to replace John Lewis

State Rep. Park Cannon – one of five LGBTQ members of the Georgia legislature – is among the finalists to replace U.S. Rep. John Lewis, the civil rights icon who died on Friday.

My Sister’s Room closes after employees test positive for coronavirus

My Sister’s Room abruptly shut down on Thursday after two employees of the popular lesbian bar in Midtown tested positive for coronavirus. The closure –...

Atlanta Pride cancels outdoor festival and parade

LGBTQ Atlanta’s biggest event of the year – the Atlanta Pride festival in Piedmont Park and parade through Midtown in early October – has...

Pride march in Midtown celebrates black transgender people

Nearly 200 people marched through Midtown on Sunday, celebrating Pride and the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riots while calling for justice and equality...

Georgia lawmakers pass historic, LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill

The Georgia General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a historic hate crimes bill on Tuesday, a measure that for the first time in state history includes...

Georgia Senate committee fails to vote on hate crimes bill

After weeks of deafening public calls to pass a hate crimes bill and hours of behind-the-scenes negotiations on Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a...

East Point adopts sweeping LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy

East Point adopted a sweeping LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance that bans bias in private employment, housing and public accommodations in a unanimous vote on Monday.

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