Facing crisis, Atlanta proposes restructuring HIV housing program

The City of Atlanta is deploying outreach teams to ensure victims of an HIV housing program crisis have a place to live and launching an overhaul of the long-troubled program.    READ MORE »

Gay sex harassment claims trigger campus-wide probe at Morehouse

A Morehouse College student claimed that a male employee of the school touched him inappropriately and made sexual advances and when he complained to the school, it did nothing about it.    READ MORE »

Sandy Springs passes LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes law

The Sandy Springs City Council did what the state couldn't do and unanimously adopted its own LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes ordinance on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Activists demand City Council intervene in Atlanta’s HIV housing fiasco

The City of Atlanta canceled a meeting of HIV policy experts in the midst of an HIV housing crisis, prompting nearly 100 advocates to demand an emergency meeting of the Atlanta City Council.    READ MORE »

City of Atlanta out to ‘destroy’ HIV housing agency, lawsuit claims

The executive director of an HIV housing agency claims in a new lawsuit that a City of Atlanta official – who was later fired – retaliated against him after he spurned the man’s sexual advances.    READ MORE »

Atlanta hoards $40 million as HIV housing crisis erupts

Over 90 HIV activists, doctors and researchers expressed a 'total loss of faith and confidence' in the City of Atlanta's ability to manage an HIV housing program as millions in federal funds for the program sit unspent.    READ MORE »

People with HIV face eviction in Atlanta housing fight

Over 70 people living in the City of Atlanta’s HIV housing program are facing evictions, and emergency aid isn’t coming anytime soon.    READ MORE »

ATL HIV researchers, activists, doctors talk fear, frustration and hope

Atlanta’s identity is loaded with things to be proud of, but the city's story isn’t complete without mentioning its place as the center of an HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

Coca-Cola, Cox fight for fired gay Georgia man at U.S. Supreme Court

Georgia’s largest LGBTQ rights group and two of its largest corporations filed amicus briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court calling for LGBTQ worker protections.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ activists, police chief help decide fate of Atlanta jail

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms named at least six LGBTQ people to a task force that will decide how to repurpose the Atlanta City Detention Center.    READ MORE »

Swinging Richards adding female dancers to daytime lineup

Swinging Richards will add day shifts featuring female dancers to help boost revenue as it undergoes bankruptcy proceedings.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gay bars to ban smoking, vaping indoors

Several gay bars will be affected by the Atlanta City Council's vote to enact a broad ban on smoking and vaping in bars, restaurants and other public places.    READ MORE »

Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X comes out: ‘Thought I made it obvious’

'Old Town Road' rapper Lil Nas X continued a breakout year by coming out on Twitter on the final day of Stonewall Month.    READ MORE »

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

At least four in 10 residents in the four Georgia counties with the highest rates of HIV have never been tested, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Proud LGBTQ Atlantans will mark the final day of Stonewall Month by filling the streets of Midtown for the first Stonewall March.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

The head of a housing organization claims that an act of retaliation by the City of Atlanta has left some 250 city residents living with HIV on the verge of losing their homes.    READ MORE »

Atlanta celebrates Stonewall with events all weekend long

The 50th anniversary of Stonewall continues to resonate in LGBTQ Atlanta, with state lawmakers honoring it, Stacey Abrams calling for more protections and one last big weekend of events.    READ MORE »

Decatur pressed to pass LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination policy

A Decatur activist called out city leaders for falling behind other metro Atlanta cities in protecting its LGBTQ residents with a nondiscrimination ordinance.    READ MORE »

Get tested for free at these spots on National HIV Testing Day

Non-profits, corporations and county boards of health are offering free HIV tests throughout metro Atlanta this week to stem the city’s HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

Police seeking suspects in gay Decatur man’s killing

DeKalb County police homicide detectives are looking for three suspects in the June shooting death of Trey Peters, and they need the public’s help.    READ MORE »

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