#Georgia

  • Article: Georgia Will Host Its First Pride March, Despite Threats
    Citizenship

    Georgia Will Host Its First Pride March, Despite Threats

    June 19, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "We want to exist in public spaces." Read more

  • Article: Sexual Harassment Is Now Illegal in the Country of Georgia
    Girls & Women

    Sexual Harassment Is Now Illegal in the Country of Georgia

    By Sushmita Roy|May 9, 2019

    The law change came after a wave of activism. Read more

  • Article: Georgia Will Give Free Pads and Tampons to Low-Income People
    Water & Sanitation

    Georgia Will Give Free Pads and Tampons to Low-Income People

    By Leah Rodriguez|April 10, 2019

    Lawmakers will spend $1.5 million on period products as part of the 2020 budget. Read more

  • Article: This Country's First-Ever March Against Sexual Violence Just Broke an Abusive Silence
    Girls & Women

    This Country's First-Ever March Against Sexual Violence Just Broke an Abusive Silence

    By James Hitchings-Hales|March 14, 2019

    The demonstration came after sexual harassment was officially made illegal. Read more

  • Article: Georgia Mayor of 'Queer Eye' Fame Backs Global Compact for Migration at Global Citizen Festival
    ImpactCitizenship

    Georgia Mayor of 'Queer Eye' Fame Backs Global Compact for Migration at Global Citizen Festival

    By Joe McCarthy|Nov. 2, 2018

    Terry has turned his Georgian town into a melting pot. Read more

  • Video: This Candidate for US House of Reps Is Not a Fan of a Living Wage
    Finance & Innovation

    This Candidate for US House of Reps Is Not a Fan of a Living Wage

    By Phineas Rueckert|June 7, 2017

    Karen Handel, campaigning in a runoff election in Georgia, said it was about small businesses. Read more

  • Article: Atlanta Commits to 100% Clean Energy by 2035
    Environment

    Atlanta Commits to 100% Clean Energy by 2035

    By Meghan Werft|May 2, 2017

    "The city in the forest" just became greener. Read more

  • Video: 14-Year-Old 'White Boy' Poem Is a Searing Critique of Privilege
    Citizenship

    14-Year-Old 'White Boy' Poem Is a Searing Critique of Privilege

    By Meghan Werft|July 13, 2016

    I have started life at the top of the ladder when you started on the first rung. Read more