By Jessica Saunders – Senior Editor/Print, Atlanta Business Chronicle Some of the entrepreneurs in historic Westside neighborhoods who survived the Covid-19 pandemic are making plans for expansion in 2021. These businesses endured the shutdowns by cutting back, taking advantage of burgeoning online sales, and utilizing loans and grants. This year, their owners are […]
“This place is proof that you can save yourself”
Described as a pillar of the community she nurtured, Williams was recently recognized nationally – but she was an icon in Atlanta for decades.
Driving her minivan through Atlanta’s historic West End, Keitra Bates points out the signs of change. There are patterns, she tells me, when it comes to determining which houses are occupied by long-term Black residents and which ones belong to the mostly white newcomers. Patterns you might not notice if you don’t know what to look for.
We had the good fortune of connecting with Keitra Bates and we’ve shared our conversation below. Hi Keitra, what is the most important factor behind your success?The most important factor behind my success is doing something that we believe in. Our mission is to preserve culinary culture. Staying focused on […]
Her restaurant was a haven during the Civil Rights Movement. She’s turning 107 years old. In her tiny dinette in Southwest Atlanta, Leila Williams prepared meals for more than 40 years. Her longtime patrons included leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. Check Out The Full Story
Ms. Lelia celebrated her 107th Birthday this past Thursday 11/14 and Atlanta’s 11 Alive News was there to capture the moment. Check Out The Story
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