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The Decaturish Podcast talks to Mawuli Davis about racial inequality in City Schools of Decatur

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 17, 2018

Mawuli Davis is a founding partner of the Davis Bozeman Law Firm where he leads the firm’s Civil Rights Division. He’s also a local community activist and recently he’s been a champion of efforts to address racial inequality in City Schools of Decatur. Through his group, the Beacon Hill Black Alliance for Human Rights, Davis […]

Editor’s note: The future of Decaturish and Atlanta Loop

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 12, 2018

Dear readers, Two years ago Decaturish launched a sibling website, Atlantaloop.com. A problem quickly arose. There’s not two of me and Decaturish is already a full time job. Decaturish has continued to grow as a business and the demands on my time and attention have grown as a result. I could not give Atlanta Loop the […]

Dear Decaturish – A barber remembers memories made at Salon Red Kids

Posted by Decaturish.com September 6, 2018

We accept letters to the editor. Letters to the editor are opinions of the authors of the letter, not Decaturish.com. Everyone has an equal opportunity to submit a letter to the editor. So if you read something here and don’t like it, don’t jump on our case. Write a letter of your own. All letters must […]

Dear Decaturish – Decaturish.com’s coverage gives ‘incomplete picture’ of Trammell Crow project

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 1, 2018

We accept letters to the editor. Letters to the editor are opinions of the authors of the letter, not Decaturish.com. Everyone has an equal opportunity to submit a letter to the editor. So if you read something here and don’t like it, don’t jump on our case. Write a letter of your own. All letters […]

Dear Decaturish – A Vietnamese-American tribute to John McCain

Posted by Decaturish.com August 29, 2018

We accept letters to the editor. Letters to the editor are opinions of the authors of the letter, not Decaturish.com. Everyone has an equal opportunity to submit a letter to the editor. So if you read something here and don’t like it, don’t jump on our case. Write a letter of your own. All letters must […]

We want your input on the redesign of Decaturish.com

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 29, 2018

Dear loyal and valued readers, The design of Decaturish hasn’t changed much since the site launched as a business in 2014. That has its advantages, but over time our site layout has become dated and unable to keep up with some of the newer trends in web design. We also have a pressing need for […]

The Decaturish Podcast: Poet Collin Kelley discusses his latest collection, ‘Midnight in a Perfect World’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 28, 2018

Collin Kelley is the author of the forthcoming poetry collection “Midnight in a Perfect World.” His other poetry collections include the American Library Association-honored “Render,” “Better To Travel,” and “Slow to Burn.” He joined the Decaturish Podcast to discuss his newest book, give us more insight into his creative process and talk about some of […]

Dear Decaturish – Avondale Estates has important decision to make about Trammell Crow project

Posted by Decaturish.com August 24, 2018

We accept letters to the editor. Letters to the editor are opinions of the authors of the letter, not Decaturish.com. Everyone has an equal opportunity to submit a letter to the editor. So if you read something here and don’t like it, don’t jump on our case. Write a letter of your own. All letters must […]

On this week’s episode of the Decaturish Podcast: DeKalb County CEO Mike Thurmond

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 23, 2018

Mike Thurmond has one of the toughest gigs in Atlanta right now: being the CEO of DeKalb County. Thurmond was elected in 2016 and since then he has been at work trying to clean up dysfunction and corruption in county government and, more importantly, change the public’s perception of it. He agreed to chat with […]

Editorial: The best response to attacks on journalism is more journalism

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 16, 2018

Over the weekend I had dinner with a friend of mine who is a Trump supporter. I know this is the line where a lot of my liberal friends have said “unfriend me now.” I choose to live in a world with differences, even if they’re stark and uncompromising ones. Whether you want to deal […]

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