Join a coalition of community groups to protest At Fulton County Commission Meeting until budget & policies favor the poeple instead of selfish interests and the continuation of racially oppressive practices and policies.
Even as our national political leaders have finally signaled they will no longer tolerate racism and bigotry among their ranks, Georgia’s state legislature has refused to follow their lead and instead continues its embrace of divisiveness, prejudice and intolerance.
A federal judge intends to issue an injunction barring Georgia election officials from tossing certain absentee ballots without giving would-be voters advance notice and a chance to rectify any issues.
A Lost Cause confession from Georgia’s oldest historical publication
By Jim Galloway-Atlanta Journal Constitution
November 14, 2017
The Georgia Historical Quarterly is one of those heavily footnoted publications devoted to the somber study of what we once were.
The City of New Orleans just won a major battle in the on-going campaign to end the celebration of the Confederacy and white supremacy from the Appeals Court that agreed that 3 mounuments could be removed from public property.
Thousands gathered Friday evening in downtown Atlanta for the NAACP “March for Justice,” in response to the fatal shootings earlier this week of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota by police officers.
Carolyn Meadows, the chairwoman of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association, claimed that "some 3,000 Blacks fought for the Confederacy" although reputable historians have not identified a single Black Confederate soldier.