The three white men are charged with a federal hate crime in the death of Ahmaud Arbery. They pleaded not guilty Tuesday.
The trial on state murder and assault charges will begin in October. The three defendants also face federal hate crime charges.
Former residents of the Athens neighborhood of Linnentown have won a kind of reparations for the erasure of the neighborhood in the urban renewal period.
Thursday on Political Rewind: a look at systemic racism and the toll it takes across society. Racism targets people of color, but ultimately harms us all; that is the premise of author Heather McGhee's new book, The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. The author joins us on today’s show with Emory University's Dr. Andra Gillespie.
The new program, which aims to address harms suffered by Black residents due to the city's past discriminatory housing policies, is part of a larger reparations fund established in 2019.
Georgia's five Asian American lawmakers and their allies are calling for action against racism and misogyny after a 21-year-old white man was charged with killing eight people, including six women of Asian descent, in three shootings across the metro Atlanta area Tuesday.
The Boston Globe and Boston University Center for Antiracist Research are launching The Emancipator, a news platform named after a 19th century abolitionist newspaper and dedicated to racial justice.
It has been one year since Ahmaud Arbery was gunned down while jogging in Brunswick, Ga. GPB Lawmakers host Donna Lowry speaks with attorney L. Chris Stewart, who represents Arbery's mother.
Thursday on Political Rewind: a conversation with author Jerald Walker, writer of How to Make a Slave and Other Essays.
This year the beloved holiday comes on the heels of a national movement demanding racial justice. One Native American leader says that "people want to resolve the burdens of our history."
A white Georgia state trooper was charged with murder for shooting and killing Julian Lewis in August.
The judge denied bond for Gregory and Travis McMichael on the second day of a lengthy hearing in Brunswick.
After hours of testimony and disputes over evidence, a bond hearing for two of the white men charged with the February murder of Black jogger Ahmaud Arbery went into recess with no conclusion. It will resume Friday morning.
Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin said it will begin Friday, 10 p.m. and continue through Saturday, 5 a.m., citing the need to keep events under control, as the city braces for protests against police brutality.
As the U.S. faces a fight for racial justice in the aftermath of police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, some Black Americans are considering how they can best protect themselves.