View the official trailer for Canopy Atlanta’s Lakewood Heights issue.
Residents with ties to the south Atlanta neighborhood told us which issues they want to see covered in our next Community Issue. Here’s what they had to say.
Presenting Canopy Atlanta’s guide to the community, from a historic cemetery to up-and-coming Black-owned businesses.
Ann Hill Bond honors Floyd Carmichael, who was lynched off Pryor Street in 1906.
The famed photographer, activist, and teacher has lived in Lakewood Heights since 1976. Here’s how he’s seen his neighborhood change.
While the origins behind those neighborhood signs are mysterious, local businesses aspire to carry on that legacy.
“I picture a thriving neighborhood based on healthy living, a lifestyle, mixed income households—very similar to, say, Grant Park, but different, of course.”
“If you look at the threads of the history of Atlanta, they’re woven into that place.”
Lakewood Heights residents wonder what will replace everything the assembly plant left behind—though there’s no shortage of ideas.
Destinee Marbley remembers how Atlanta’s “skincare chef” inspired her own journey as a wellness practitioner.
Here’s this week from Atlanta Documenters, powered by Canopy Atlanta.
Canopy Atlanta is participating in NewsMatch, the national fundraising program. We break down the details of the program and how reader support makes our work possible.