Monthly Archives: June 2011

“Claiming A Street Named King” Project: Revitalizing streets named after Martin Luther King, Jr. and for other beloved civil rights leaders and community activists

A longtime community and civil rights activist, Rev. Terence Dicks of Augusta, Georgia created the “Claiming A Street Named King” project. PDA Georgia Coordinator Terence Dicks (left) is pictured with Daniel Ellsberg (right) – one of America’s best known political … Continue reading

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