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Atlanta Pride. It is as much an aspiration of what Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ community can be as it is an articulation of what it is today. It is an emblem of queer visibility and power. It has strived toward worthy ideals—yet it has reneged on its central promise of inclusion.
Agnes Scott College was losing its student bookstore. Charis Books was facing high property taxes. Together, the women's college and feminist bookstore found a joint solution—relocate Charis to Agnes Scott to create a new community space for both bookstore patrons and college students.
Planning a wedding is never easy, but it can be especially challenging if you're LGBTQ+. How do you find equality-minded vendors? What if both partners are wearing a tux? Atlanta writer Kirsten Palladino sought to answer these questions when she cofounded the LGBTQ+ wedding website Equally Wed in 2010. Now she's turned the website into a guidebook.
Five Atlanta–area bookstores where you should celebrate Independent Bookstore Day, including A Cappella, Charis, and even one worth the drive.
The Hate U Give author discusses Black Lives Matter, representation, and the Spotify playlist she listens to when writing.