New Details in Georgia Teen's Death Arouse Suspicions
Kendrick Johnson’s parents believe their son was murdered, and have called on Benjamin Crump out of suspicions that police mishandled their case because their son is black.
Charis Books Teams Up with Freedom U to Get Undocumented Students Textbooks
The bookstore is helping Freedom University’s undocumented students get much-needed books this semester.
Meet Antoinette Tuff, Crisis Negotiator
Call it Tuff love.
LGBT Rights and Communities of Color in the South [VIDEO]
Send in your own questions to organizers working at the intersection of racial justice and sexual freedom. Chime in at #CLchat on Twitter.
Georgia High School Students Set to Hold First Integrated Prom
A group of Georgia high school students are making history by challenging the segregation of their high school prom.
Georgia Marks First Conviction for Federal Hate Crime Targeting a Gay Person
Two African-American men from Atlanta plead guilty today to attacking a man outside of a store because he is gay.
Man Who Killed Latino For Pulling in to Wrong Drive Way Out on Bail
Phillip Walker Sailors, the man who shot and killed 22-year-old Rodrigo Diaz for pulling in to his driveway is out on bail.
Georgia Man Kills Latino After GPS Sends Him to Wrong Driveway
Phillip Walker Sailors, 69, has been charged with malice murder in the killing of Rodrigo Abad Diaz, a 22-year-old Cuban immigrant who mistakenly pulled into his driveway due to faulty GPS directions.
Judge Clears Way for Georgia's 'Show Me Your Papers' Provision
A Judge has cleared the way for the show me your papers provision to take effect in Georgia.
Georgia State Supreme Court Grants Stay in Warren Hill Case
The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday stayed the execution of a man with an intellectual disability, but not for the reason his case attracted national attention.
Georgia Set to Execute First Inmate Since Troy Davis, and He's Disabled
The case is making international headlines because Hill has an undisputed intellectual disability.
Georgia's Political Cudgel Against the Poor: Drug Testing
Georgia followed Florida’s example in forcing safety-net recipients to get drug tests, despite the fact that neither law is likely to stand up in court. Why? Because actual policymaking was never the point.
Georgia Governor Signs Welfare Drug Testing Bill Into Law
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal approved a bill on Monday evening that will soon require all applicants to the state cash assistance program to pass a drug test.
Georgia's Statewide Undocumented Students College Ban Fails
The bill, which also included HB 56-like provisions that would have blocked immigrants’ access to basic utilities, died.
The Coming Battle Down South: Latino Voters vs. Anti-Immigrant Lawmakers
Latino and Asian immigrants are the fastest-growing segments of the South, but their voting power still lags.
Georgia Senate Bans Undocumented Students from Public Colleges
On Monday the Georgia Senate passed a bill that would ban undocumented students from Georgia’s 60 public colleges.
Bulldogs Lose Recruit as Georgia Demands He Prove Immigration Status
Georgia is the second state, after South Carolina, to enact a ban on undocumented students at public colleges.
'The View' on Slave Homework: 'They Knew What They Were Doing'
Sherri Shepherd calls it what it is, racism.
Atlanta School Sends 8-Year Olds With Math Homework About Beating Slaves
Nine third-grade math teachers in Gwinnett County, Georgia sent a class of mostly black and Latino students home with questions about beating slaves and picking fruit.
Antone De'Jaun Correia Writes Obituary For His Uncle, Troy Davis
On the heels of mounting losses in his family, the brave 17-year-old publishes an obituary remembering his uncle for the wisdom and love he showed others while in prison.