Pete Corson is an Audience Specialist for the Enterprise team. He previously worked in the same capacity for the MyAJC.com homepage, Projects & Strategic teams; as a Mobile Technology Producer, where he helped develop the AJC's iPad app; as a website Producer, serving as a channel manager for accessAtlanta.com; and as a Producer for ajc.com's strategic channels. Before that, he was a Page Designer for the Editorial department, designing the @issue and Atlanta & the World sections for the paper. He has worked at the AJC since 1998.
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Atlanta’s public pools integrated on June 12, 1963. Here’s what happened that day at Lake Clara Meer at Piedmont Park.
The Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal will be the subject of a new film called "Wrong Answer," now in development. The film, first announced in 2015, will be directed by Ryan Coogler and will star Michael B. Jordan as former Parks Middle School teacher Damany Lewis. National Book Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates is writing...
Voters of Georgia’s 6th District cast their ballots in the nationally watched runoff election between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff.
These eleven couples, from the United States and beyond, each found their own way of navigating the challenges that interracial couples have faced throughout recent history. Some stories are heroic and others read as cautionary tales. What the couples have in common is a determination to live and love on their own terms. Frederick...
Three mural artists and a local bar owner are suing Atlanta over an ordinance that requires city approval of artworks on public buildings.
Jeffrey Hazelwood pleaded guilty but mentally ill in the 2016 killings of two teenagers behind a Roswell grocery store.
Judge Luther Alverson administers the oath of office to Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson on Jan. 7, 1974. As mayor, Jackson demanded black-owned firms be included in lucrative city contracting. That access to the halls of power helped shape Atlanta’ black middle class — and an unbroken string of black mayors. AJC archives photo/Charles...
Nine candidates for mayor of Atlanta (top, from left): Peter Aman, Keisha Lance Bottoms, John Eaves; (middle, from left): Vincent Fort, Kwanza Hall, Ceasar Mitchell; (bottom, from left): Mary Norwood; Michael Sterling; Cathy Woolard.
Atlanta has had four decades of black mayors going back to Maynard Jackson's election in 1973, but that could change with the 2017 mayoral election.