On Saturday, Sept. 24, Brunswick celebrated the completion of three new public murals bringing awareness of local Black history and sociopolitical struggles.
Stone Mountain Park, originally created as a Confederate memorial, now features a historic covered bridge named in honor of the 19th-century Black man who built it.
A third of Olivia Coley-Pearson's neighbors in Coffee County struggle to read at a basic level, and she wants to make sure they have help navigating their ballots. It's an effort that runs counter to other efforts to block help at the voting booth for people who struggle to read — a group that amounts to about 48 million Americans, or more than a fifth of the adult population.
A five-bedroom Victorian house south of Georgia's capitol was in severe disrepair until an Atlanta couple saw its potential. Then they learned it was built around 1900 by South Atlanta postmaster and civil rights activist Luther Judson Price.
Located at the corner of Jesse Hill Jr. Drive and Auburn Avenue, in the heart of the Sweet Auburn District, once known as the richest stretch of Black real estate in America, the three-story Atlanta State Savings Bank building still stands. But it has been boarded up for decades. Some want to preserve the historic building.
The Savannah Beach Wade-Ins of the early '60s are now memorialized near the Tybee Island pier.
Brands and companies are working to remove their Juneteenth items from shelves, as experts say those who are selling Juneteenth-branded products are "tone-deaf."
Composers Rhiannon Giddens and Michael Abels have brought a true story to the opera stage: the life of Omar Ibn Said, a Senegalese Muslim scholar who was enslaved and brought to the Carolinas.
The installment on St. Simons Island honors Igbo Landing, a mass suicide in 1803 in which a group of captive Africans chose to die rather than submit to a life of slavery.
African American maritime history has long gone understudied, says a Georgia Southern history professor. A new research project is meant to help change that.
In the interview with the magazine, they opened up about their love story and how their relationship blossomed into marriage. The duo tied the knot in 2020.
One hundred years after white mobs in Forsyth County pushed out Black residents during the county's 1912 racial cleansing, descendants are returning to ensure their family stories are told.
Black History Month grew from a weeklong celebration that started nearly 100 years ago — and it's not random that it's in February.
The Maya Angelou design is the first quarter in the "American Women Quarters Program" — a four-year program that will feature prominent women in U.S. history.