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Fulton County’s Commissioner Hall Honored with Presidential Achievement Award

Fulton County’s Commissioner Hall Honored with Presidential Achievement Award

Atlanta Celebrated Commissioner’s Dedication to Youth and Community In a remarkable acknowledgment of community service and dedication, Fulton County District 4 Commissioner Natalie Hall was recognized with the prestigious “Presidential Achievement Award.” This accolade, awarded by President Joseph R. Biden, celebrated Commissioner Hall’s unwavering commitment to service and her significant impact on youth in the...

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Montgomery Makes History: Mayor Reed and Council President Calhoun Lead a New Era of Diverse Leadership

Montgomery Makes History: Mayor Reed and Council President Calhoun Lead a New Era of Diverse Leadership

The City of Montgomery, Alabama, marked another significant chapter in its history with the recent swearing-in ceremony held at the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre. This event not only witnessed the beginning of a new term for the city’s governance but also set a new precedent in its political landscape. For the first time, the city...

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Trailblazer in Robes: Why Vickie Gipson’s Appointment to Orphans’ Court Matters

Trailblazer in Robes: Why Vickie Gipson’s Appointment to Orphans’ Court Matters

By: Editorial Team, inCity Magazine In a society often accused of adopting tech lingo with abandon, “disruptive” emerges as a term both feared and revered. Yet in the context of judicial offices, we rarely hear it. Meet Vickie Gipson, the newly appointed Chief Judge of the Anne Arundel County Orphans’ Court. Here is a person...

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First Black woman elected to Jasper County Commission spreads unity

First Black woman elected to Jasper County Commission spreads unity

Sheila Jones wore many hats in the community of Jasper County, Georgia, before making history as the first African American woman elected to the Jasper County Board of Commissioners in 2021. Jones, whose district is largely made up of the City of Monticello, previously served on the Jasper County School Governance Team in Monticello and...

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At Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Phoenix Awards, Democracy Hangs in the Balance Ahead of 2024 Presidential Elections

At Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Phoenix Awards, Democracy Hangs in the Balance Ahead of 2024 Presidential Elections

Washington, D.C. — The 52nd Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) culminated in a Phoenix Awards ceremony that was equal parts glamour, grit, and gravity. The event, wrapped in the shimmering backdrop of elegant gowns and resplendent suits, underscored the urgency of the moment with a clarion call from President...

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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 52nd ALC: Not Just a Conference, But a Call to Revolutionary Action

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 52nd ALC: Not Just a Conference, But a Call to Revolutionary Action

Washington, D.C. – At the nexus of an upcoming presidential election and contentious Supreme Court decisions, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s (CBCF) 52nd Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) is not your run-of-the-mill networking event. This year, it’s a battle cry. Lifting the curtains with its theme—Securing Our Democracy. Protecting Our Freedoms. Uplifting Our Culture—CBCF is forcing...

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An art that keeps on giving: Fulton County Arts & Culture funds artists, organizations in vibrant creativity hub

An art that keeps on giving: Fulton County Arts & Culture funds artists, organizations in vibrant creativity hub

An art that keeps on giving: Fulton County Arts & Culture funds artists, organizations in vibrant creativity hub David Manuel new head of department Story by Ebony Sherise Creative concepts in the online exhibit, Art and Healing in the Time of the Pandemic, capture visual expressions that creator and curator Deanna Sirlin compiled from various...