With Black History Month in our rearview mirrors, and as we enter a month dedicated to celebrating the history of women, it has become quite apparent that the months of February and March are being merged by the actions of Black women like Renee Montgomery, Stacey Abrams, and even Keisha Lance Bottoms, who have taken over the state of Georgia.

Over the weekend, the sale of the Atlanta Dream was unanimously approved to Larry Gottesdiener, Chairman of Northland, an industry-leading national real estate firm, and a three-member investor group that includes former Dream star Renee Montgomery – who recently retired after opting-out of last season to focus on racial justice issues – who is now the first former WNBA player to be a member of team ownership. Read More