Reflecting on what we reported on in South DeKalb, and what’s to come for our future community coverage
To better understand how folks find their way in Atlanta and why they stay, Amiri Banks dives deep into the bedroom community of South DeKalb.
Leveraging his hometown roots, Dominique Harris set out to discover what South DeKalb residents think of ‘Cop City.’ That task proved more difficult than expected.
Four formerly incarcerated people share their truths about whether they’ll ever be considered citizens again.
Our four South DeKalb Fellows partnered with local journalists to produce the South DeKalb Issue. Canopy Atlanta provided instruction and mentorship in reporting skills through a six-week paid training program.
Our South DeKalb Community Editorial Board helped us refine the story angles in the issue based on feedback collected from more than 55 South DeKalb community members.
Local journalists, photographers, and illustrators contributed to our South DeKalb Issue, working on stories based on the community’s feedback or in collaboration with South DeKalb Fellows.