Thu., March 15, 2012 2:57pm
If you’re an African American living in Georgia, your chances of surviving cancer decrease, a study finds. Researchers from the University of Georgia focused the study on mortality-to-incidence ratios, or MIR’s, across the state.
Mon., December 26, 2011 5:44pm
Georgia's Attorney General, he's ready to go to court over Georgia's redistricting maps. Democrats promise to fight the maps pre-approved Friday by the Obama administration. Black and Latino lawmakers say, the new boundaries dilute their voting strength. Olens says, he can prove the opposite in court.
Fri., September 30, 2011 4:30pm
African-American groups and some education advocates want Georgia school officials to collect better data on what they call a "pipeline" from schools to prison. One Texas study tracked over a million kids and determined that -- even accounting for poverty and other factors -- black students were much more likely than whites to receive harsher punishment for similar non-violent and non-drug-related offenses like truancy, improper dress and using cell phones.
Tue., September 8, 2009 5:45pm
Some African-Americans say their sons are being unfairly targeted for schoo
Wed., August 12, 2009 2:22pm
Congressman David Scott of Georgia says racism has taken over the debate su
Wed., June 17, 2009 2:27pm
Some African American parents say their kids are suspended for behavior sch