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Tuesday October 26, 2021 06:00 am EDT
Ossoff sees potential in renewable energy
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Tuesday October 26, 2021 06:00 am EDT
The blame game
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Tuesday October 26, 2021 06:00 am EDT
Guns run through ATL airport
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Tuesday October 26, 2021 06:00 am EDT
Statue of limitations passes for Oxendine
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Tuesday October 26, 2021 06:00 am EDT
Conservative named to U.N. council
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The Lede

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Wednesday April 1, 2020 12:00 am EDT
United Way and other organizations to benefit from his artwork | more...

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Sunday September 30, 2018 11:59 pm EDT
A Q & A of Atlanta locals regarding Civil Rights and current political climes. | more...

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Tuesday July 31, 2018 11:59 pm EDT
March for Our Lives - Atlanta teens bring good trouble. | more...

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Friday September 24, 2021 06:00 am EDT
Prostate cancer — disparities in discoveries. | more...

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Friday September 3, 2021 11:16 am EDT
The Hosea Helps charitable organization is mounting a relief donation drive to help people affected by Hurricane Ida in Louisiana. Food and supplies will be accepted through Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 at the group’s headquarters located at 2545 Forrest Hills Drive in Atlanta, between the hours of 10 a.m and 7 p.m. “In addition, Hosea Helps will assist in providing emergency housing for families who... | more...

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Tuesday August 31, 2021 04:14 pm EDT
The world’s leading breast cancer research organization has scheduled its 2021 Atlanta fundraiser in-person after being held virtually last year. The Susan G. Komen “More Than Pink Walk” on Saturday, Oct. 9 will take place at Lenox Square but will also offer an online component. Maurya Lacey, the group’s development manager, says in a statement, “After consulting with local health officials, we... | more...

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Monday August 2, 2021 04:49 pm EDT
Fall Arts Preview Update from The Breman Museum's Director of Marketing and Communications, David Schendowich | more...

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Monday September 9, 2019 07:13 pm EDT
A guide to those who help those in need | more...

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Thursday August 30, 2018 08:59 am EDT
I think the most important problem is the splintering of people into different tribes and factions, aided and abetted by actors (domestic and foreign)... | more...

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Thursday August 30, 2018 08:51 am EDT
People getting sucked in by drama and taking the bait that created the division in the first place. It causes people to focus on our differences inste... | more...

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Thursday August 30, 2018 08:44 am EDT
The biggest problem, in the U.S. overall and in Atlanta, may be the relative lack of significant, meaningful communities where we engage personally wi... | more...

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Thursday August 30, 2018 07:55 am EDT
We are divided. Always have been. The civil rights fight is on going; the civil rights fight is ever growing. The color of America is constantly chang... | more...

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Thursday August 30, 2018 07:29 am EDT
We believe that one of the most significant problems facing Americans today is the risk that our nation will regress to a time when we were divided, b... | more...

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The independent advocate for historic preservation offers guided tours of several areas of interest, including downtown, the Fox Theatre, Sweet Auburn, Miss Daisy's Druid Hills, Grant Park and Inman Park. $5-$10. | more...

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Located on the northern side of MLK Jr. Drive, between Peachtree Street and Pryor Street, CCI bills itself as "a resource hub and open campus for civic innovators and social entrepreneurs." | more...

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The nonprofit aims to help "a wide range of local people" become citizen advocates for people living with developmental disabilities. | more...

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You won't find a bigger proponent of public transit than this grassroots organization. CfPT provides resources for everyone who is even thinking about getting there on public transit - from the Braves-game shuttle rider to the most obsessive light-rail nerd. But with its active listserv and, this ye... | more...

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This local affiliate of the Everybody Wins! national non-profit organization is dedicated to improving the reading skills of students in low-income public elementary schools. | more...

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As an Alliance, we unite communities in Atlanta to build a robust local food system - a network of individuals and organizations that grow, process, distribute and consume fresh local food. We connect people, ideas, leadership and capital to build a city that values healthy, locally-grown food. | more...

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Georgia’s largest statewide LGBT advocacy group that's active in issues such as hate crimes, bullying, and workplace protection. Its partner organization Equality Foundation of Georgia helps register and mobilize voters. | more...

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The local organization supports peaceful alternatives to war and violence. | more...

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Giving Kitchen provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources.

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Hands On Atlanta helps individuals, families, corporate and community groups find volunteer opportunities at more than 400 nonprofit organizations and schools. | more...

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Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless was founded in 1971 by civil rights icons Rev. Hosea and Juanita T. Williams. Its mission is to rescue, restore, and re-stabilize at-risk and homeless individuals and families so they can thrive and become self-sufficient. | more...

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CL: Park Pride is one of Atlanta's civic treasures. The organization serves as a key liaison between the City of Atlanta and Dekalb County and neighborhoods looking for ways to reclaim and improve their parks. The annual Parks conference in the Spring always attracts key visionaries from around the US as well as local parks heroes. At it's annual conference each year, Park Pride awards the Park Pride Inspiration Award
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Park Pride is the only Atlanta-based nonprofit that provides programs and leadership to help communities realize their dreams for neighborhood parks.


Park Pride believes in the Power of Parks!

Great parks have the power to increase our quality of life and strengthen the fabric o... | more...

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The well-connected nonprofit helped make the city's most popular greenspace what it is today. Start here for more information about exploring the intown gem. | more...

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President Jimmy Carter's foundation, guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering, seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health. | more...

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The 23-year-old nonprofit has planted more than 68,000 trees in metro Atlanta and now is planning the city's first arboretum - or "tree museum" - along the Beltline. Trees not only are beautiful and provide shade, but they also reduce the effect of the “urban heat island” a... | more...

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From the United Way website:

"United Way of Greater Atlanta brings together people and resources to tackle complex issues and drive sustainable positive change to help our community thrive.

For individuals and organizations that want to help improve the health of their community – United Way is th... | more...

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The organization aims to help empower African Americans with education, job training, housing, financial literacy classes, and other services. | more...

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Eclectic music programming (including blues, soul, hip-hop, bluegrass, folk, global, gospel, Latin, and Americana) as well as progressive news. | more...

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Formerly the Oakhurst Community Garden Project, the Wylde Center now uses gardening to teach environmental awareness. | more...

Activist Groups


American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Georgia
Recommended by Priscilla Smith, Robert Franklin, and Our Revolution Georgia

Antifa Atlanta
Recommended by Our Revolution Georgia

Black Lives Matter
Recommended by Saira Raza and Elizabeth Corrie

C4 Atlanta
Recommended by Saira Raza and Priscilla Smith

Concerned Black Clergy
Recommended by Robert Franklin

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Georgia)
Recommended by Ruwa Romman and Rev. Fahed AbuAkel

Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta
Recommended by Robert Franklin

Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO)
Recommended by Our Revolution Georgia and Jerry Gonzalez

Georgia Alliance for Social Justice
Recommended by Priscilla Smith

Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition
Recommended by Priscilla Smith

Housing Justice League
Recommended by Saira Raza

JVP Atlanta (Jewish Voice for Peace)
Recommended by Rev. Fahed AbuAkel

March for Our Lives - Georgia
''See CL's profile on the Georgia March for Our Lives [/content-409692-The-Kids-Are-Alright|here}

New Georgia Project
Recommended by Priscilla Smith

Radio Free Georgia (WRFG 89.3 FM)
WRFG Atlanta 89.3FM. Radio Free Georgia. One of our best sources for local progressive media. My participation as a listener and volunteer with the station has been fundamental in my political education and community activism. In its 45 years, WRFG has and continues to broadcast the voices and information of those who experience oppression and exploitation and those who resist it. - Christopher Hollis

RefuseFascism.org
Recommended by Priscilla Smith and Jack Turner

Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ-Atlanta)
Recommended by Elizabeth Corrie

Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Recommended by Our Revolution Georgia

Southerners on New Ground (SONG)
If you want to learn more about the challenges facing immigrants, I would recommend the Atlanta-based group Southerners on New Ground. - Ryan Vizzions

WonderRoot
Recommended by Saira Raza



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