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South Fulton councilwoman Carmalitha Gumbs

Councilwoman Carmalitha Gumbs applauds Raven Johnson’s transparency

Beyond candidates, many issues addressed on this year’s ballots involve using state tax dollars to invest more in mental health resources in the community. One local politician who has been vocal about mental health awareness is South Fulton Councilwoman Carmalitha Gumbs.


Drake attends WNBA announcement ceremony

Drake made his first official public appearance since the peak of his rambunctious decade-plus-long beef with Kendrick Lamar at a WNBA announcement. On May 23, the WNBA announced it was expanding to Toronto, home to its 14th team in the league.

Microsoft AI

Tech companies make collective statement on AI safety

In South Korea, major tech companies made a collective statement to ensure safety in the future of AI progression. On May 21, at the Seoul AI Safety Summit, Microsoft, Amazon, and OpenAI reached an international agreement representing countries such as

Sports betting

Sports betting culture negatively impacts athletes’ mental health

The NCAA has published a story with a simple message describing the nature of sports betting‘s effect on student-athletes. “It’s a mental health nightmare,” Saquandra Heath, NCAA communications staffer, wrote. With the rise of legal sports gambling, more fans leave

Johnny Gill

Why we need to celebrate Black music

June is Black Music Month, and on June 19 on Bounce TV, the 2024 Black Music Honors will air. Rolling out spoke to many honorees and attendees about celebrating the art form. Why do we need to celebrate Black music?

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