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Claiming A Street Named King: An economic effort by the Georgia Clients Council, Georgia Legal Services Program and others “to make good on King’s promise” by creating “livable streets” one community at a time

It’s time to take action on studies like those done on Augusta and Athens and find economic development opportunities on streets named for civil rights leaders in Georgia, the United States of America and the world If we can invest … Continue reading

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Augusta, GA: About 700 celebrate the birthday, life and lasting importance of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during January 2012 interfaith event at Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church sponsored by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta

Photos from Thursday, January 12, 2012 by Mr. James Dobbs, Augusta Chronicle Photographer Turnout was heartwarming as about 700 people packed the Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church in Augusta, Georgia for the 2012 interfaith celebration of the birth and life of … Continue reading

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