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Independent journalism news outlets Atlanta

Journalism is struggling. In Atlanta, new indie outlets are finding ways to make it work—and bringing in important voices

In just the past five years, Atlanta Civic Circle, Capital B, Canopy Atlanta, the Atlanta Community Press Collective, and local bureaus of Axios and the national investigative news site ProPublica have all set up shop in Atlanta. Decaturish, which turns 10 this year, is focused on repairing the old-school, community-newspaper model. Independent outlets are not only challenging revenue models—they’re changing the way local outlets approach journalism itself.
How to make housing affordable in Atlanta

How to make housing affordable in Atlanta

Here’s how inclusionary zoning works, how it doesn’t, and how the system could grow to provide more affordable homes.
Georgia was slow to spend rent assistance money. The federal government might want some of it back.

Georgia was slow to spend rent assistance money. The federal government might want some of it back.

By September 30, the Georgia Department of Community Affairs had disbursed just 9 percent of the $552 million in Emergency Rental Assistance money allocated by the U.S. Treasury Department, well below the 30 percent threshold federal officials had established to decide which ERA grantees get to keep all their money.
Future of Atlanta nonprofits

60 Voices: Bill Bolling, Rohit Malhotra, and Latresa McLawhorn Ryan on the future of nonprofits

Bill Bolling founded and was executive director of the Atlanta Community Food Bank for more than three decades. Rohit Malhotra is founder and executive director of the Center for Civic Innovation. Latresa McLawhorn Ryan is an attorney and the inaugural executive director of the Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative.

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