Progressive News

‘I’m done!’ Ex-Fox host storms off BBC debate after being called out for pretending to care about Black people

Former Fox News host Eric Bolling stormed out of a BBC News debate Wednesday evening about the new Georgia voter suppression law. Corporations located in Atlanta like Coca-Cola, Delta and Microsoft expressed their displeasure with the law and the way in which it makes voting difficult for normally disenfranchised groups. Bolling made the case that Major League Baseball pulling the All-Star game was going to hurt people of color because the people working at the

Georgia News

GA Tech night school

Coming out of Reconstruction, the City of Atlanta was experiencing growing pains but one of the more positive results of Atlanta’s emergence as an up-and-coming city was the founding of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Georgia Tech had been founded in 1885 as part of a plan to build a Southern industrial economy. At its The post GA Tech night school appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Georgia News

Urban Land Institute Announces New Chair-Elect of ULI Atlanta

RangeWater Co-Founder Marc Pollack Begins Two-Year Term Leading the District Council  Urban Land Institute (ULI) leader Marc Pollack, co-founder of RangeWater Real Estate – formerly, Pollack Shores Real Estate Group, has been selected as the new Chair-elect of ULI Atlanta, a vital role for delivering the Institute’s mission in the Atlanta metropolitan region, where it The post Urban Land Institute Announces New Chair-Elect of ULI Atlanta appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Georgia News

Atlanta’s ‘sacred’ Sunset Avenue encompasses our past and our future

As the sun was setting on Easter Sunday, Vine City community members gathered on Sunset Avenue to commemorate the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. The post Atlanta’s ‘sacred’ Sunset Avenue encompasses our past and our future appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Georgia News

Community Improvement Districts could tap Internet of Things to expand services

After fostering more than $6 billion in development in metro Atlanta, the question of “what’s next” for the region’s community improvement districts is one subject of a new evaluation of CIDs that was released as their funding faces an uncertain future. The post Community Improvement Districts could tap Internet of Things to expand services appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Georgia News

Resilience and Equity

By DePriest Waddy, Families First CEO  The challenges of the last year have impacted all of us. From social injustices to racial inequality and COVID, our communities are suffering. We have also seen great acts of heroism with our front-line workers who have continued to serve our communities. A common thread that has emerged is The post Resilience and Equity appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More