Race & Gender

Athens Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Has Consequences

The Athens Anti Discrimination Ordinance was passed on Tuesday by commissioners, and here are ...

LGBT: A Day in the Life at UGA

In celebration of National LGBT Resource Center Day, the university center hosted a raffle ...

Anti-Discrimination Proposal on the Nov. 1 Ballot

ATHENS, Ga.– Tonight at 7 p.m. there will be an agenda-setting meeting at City ...

5th Annual State of Public Health Addresses Racial Equality

5th annual State of Public Health Conference took place today, Tuesday, October 18, 2016.

State NAACP Activists Gather In Athens

Starting today, members of the Georgia National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ...

UPDATE: UGA Responds to Sexual Assault Questions

Update on Thursday, October 6, at 4:19 p.m. While still refusing to appear on camera ...

Social Justice Groups March on Athens City Hall

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=283LFQhPZCs&w=560&h=315] Athens, GA–Activist groups Athens for Everyone and the Athens Anti-discrimination Movement marched ...

ACCPD Hiring: Some Applicants Apply with Black Lives Matter Movement In Mind

The Athens-Clarke County Police Department is ready to hire seven to ten law enforcement officers ...

Discussions on N-word: Neal Lester to Speak

ATHENS, Ga. —  At the Tate Center today, students and members of the NAACP ...

Latino Heritage Month Kicks Off at Tate

Van Perros. That phrase means go dogs in Spanish. While that might be a ...

Black, Educated and Single: Why Black Love Matters

Sixty percent of educated black women, ages 25-34 have never been married. That’s almost ...

OPINION: Today I Will be A U.S. Citizen; No One Can Stop Me

  I was just nine years old when I moved to this country, leaving everything ...

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