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Athens, Georgia: “Claiming A Street Named King” 2007 Final Report for Georgia Clients Council about MLK Parkway in Athens, GA

“Claiming A Street Named King” Above is a 56-page report on “Claiming A Street Named King” 2007 study and analysis of MLK Parkway in Athens, Georgia submitted to Georgia Clients Council. The report was conducted by Dr. Mary Anne Alabanza … Continue reading

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Claiming A Street Named King: “Empowering Our Communities” by Author/Professor Dr. Derek H. Alderman of East Carolina University

About 900 Streets Across the United States of America are Named for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “Claiming A Street Named King” Project uses the vision of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a Community Development Model … Continue reading

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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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“Claiming A Street Named King” Project study in Augusta, Georgia that shows areas that need economic assistance – and that’s the same issue in many American cities that have streets named for civil rights leaders

“Claiming A Street Named King” The “Claiming A Street Named King” project is the vision of the past Georgia Clients Council President Rev. Terence A. Dick of Augusta, Georgia. The above Power Point presentation is the result of a study … Continue reading

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2011 “Hope and Unity Rally” is set for new date August 22 at GA Capitol: Democratic Party of Georgia plans rally to combat GOP elephant-sized lies and fight the Republican legislation and policies that are hurting Georgia residents

Georgians invited to the 2011 “Hope and Unity Rally” as Georgia Democrats and their affiliates march on the Georgia State Capitol on new date – Monday, August 22 to protest mean Republican legislation that is badly hurting low and middle … Continue reading

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“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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