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While many businesses are allowed to reopen in Georgia, some black small business owners are struggling with the decision, especially since black Americans appear to be at higher risk when it comes to Covid-19.

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Wednesday, 12 December 2018 09:16

Detroit Design Firm Expands to Atlanta

Detroit based design firm, Hamilton Anderson will be expanding their firm to Atlanta in partnership with Atlanta-based urban design firm, SHAPE. The expansion will increase its dedication to urban design and development across the country.

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Wednesday, 05 December 2018 04:28

Atlanta Mayor Implements Procurement Reform Package

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has introduced a series of measures to the City Council which would overhaul the City’s procurement process.

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Thursday, 20 September 2018 13:28

Texas Black-Owned Bank Opens Branch in Atlanta

There are names synonymous with community banking in the city of Atlanta, George G. Andrews must be included among them.

For more than 10 years, Andrews served as president and CEO of Capitol City Bank & Trust Company, a black-owned community bank in the Southwest community of Atlanta.

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In business now for 12 years, the husband-and-wife founders of the Just Add Honey Tea Co. are serving up more than tea at their café in Atlanta, Georgia. They sell extensions of their brand to wholesale accounts and for an elite group of tea drinkers, they offer afternoon tastings and tea experiences for special events such as a High-Tea” bridal shower.

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and The Oasis of Vine City Inc.—a CDC of the Higher Ground Empowerment Center Church along with its pastor, the Rev. Bishop Dexter L. Johnson—announced in a groundbreaking ceremony a new development project that will create jobs and help ease the strains of community displacement in the Vine City community near Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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Thursday, 08 June 2017 07:00

Black America Still Needs Black-Owned Banks

Citizens Trust Bank has had something to celebrate in its 95th year: continued relevance. As a gift of sorts for its nearly century-long existence as an institution in the black community, the community gave back to the bank with nearly $1 million in deposits – in just five days last July. The major influx of […]...

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STONECREST, Ga. -- A mammoth multimillion-dollar and multifaceted sports and entertainment complex will soon be constructed in the newly anointed city of Stonecrest, adjacent to Stonecrest Mall, and will be the largest such single-development project in modern DeKalb County history....

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The first business incubator is coming to the southside of Atlanta...

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If you're craving a doughnut in Atlanta, you might just get served at a Krispy Kreme owned by Shaquille O'Neal....

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