School officials in Gwinnett County told a teacher that her Black Lives Matter poster was a “disruption to the learning environment.” She keeps it...
The coronavirus pandemic forced the cancelation of the 30th annual AIDS Walk Atlanta, but fundraising continues for the event’s beneficiaries.Organizers decided to cancel the...
A $2.5 million grant is helping Fulton County health officials provide a holistic approach to caring for young Black and Latino men at risk...
A former Phillip Rush Center employee blasted the disbanded non-profit’s board, asserting they “[bled] the organization dry” and set up its interim executive director to fail.
Doraville approved a hate crimes ordinance on Monday, joining a handful of Georgia cities stiffening punishments for crimes targeting LGBTQ people and other protected classes.
Smyrna adopted a comprehensive nondiscrimination ordinance on Monday, becoming the first in Cobb County to protect LGBTQ people in private employment, housing and public accommodations.
Savannah adopted a sweeping ordinance that protects LGBTQ people from discrimination in private employment, housing and public accommodations while also mandating improved hate crimes reporting by law enforcement.
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.
A gay Gwinnett County commissioner led the successful charge to enact employment protections for the county’s LGBTQ workers last month, just two weeks before...
Nearly 200 people marched through Midtown on Sunday, celebrating Pride and the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riots while calling for justice and equality...
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.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday delivered a decisive victory for LQBTQ equality, ruling that federal law prohibits discrimination against employees for being LGBTQ.
Erika Shields – Atlanta’s first LGBTQ police chief – resigned on Saturday, just hours after an Atlanta police officer shot and killed a man in a Wendy’s parking lot.
A crowd of hundreds took part in a rally and march through Midtown on Sunday to support black transgender people and call attention to the killing of a trans man by police in Florida.
Georgia’s statewide LGBTQ rights group joined more than 130 other groups committing to end racism and white supremacy and make it integral to their missions for full equality for LGBTQ people.
Two LGBTQ elected officials are playing an increasingly visible role in the Atlanta protests that have consumed the city since Friday.
In moving anti-racism treatises issued on Monday, two high-profile Atlanta groups highlighted the racial divide in the LGBTQ movement and listed specific ways they would put intersectionality into action.
A pro-life student group filed a federal lawsuit against Georgia Tech after its student government denied funding for an on-campus appearance by Alveda King.
Ten Atlanta is getting a fresh new look on its patio, a new coat of paint for its exterior and a revamped logo as the bar remains closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Grant Henry’s vision is always unique, his dreams always big, and the quirky results always undeniable. Patrons see that dynamic in action again with...
Blogger Matt Hennie is the founder and managing editor of Project Q Atlanta. He’s a longtime Atlanta resident who’s worked in journalism since his days as a Purple Paladin at Furman University in the early ‘90s.Violent crime in Atlanta went down. And I say that with a straight face only because the statement comes with the stamp of approval from the FBI.More after the jump.