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Exodus From Pity to Power: The mass incarceration of black youth is the focus of the 4th Annual Tunis G. Campbell Birthday Festival on March 30th – April 2nd, 2012 in Brunswick, Georgia

The illegal, unfair and disproportionate imprisonment of African American youth is the focus of an annual coastal Georgia festival honoring the victories of black freedom fighter and state lawmaker Tunis G. Campbell Rev. Campbell himself was unjustly imprisoned in Georgia … Continue reading

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AOL News Story about the Claiming A Street Named King Project entitled “MLK, USA: Many King Streets Stuck on Economic Outskirts” by Stefanos Chen

“Claiming A Street Named King” MLK, USA: Many King Streets Stuck on Economic Outskirts | By Stefanos Chen | Posted Jan 17th 2012 3:48PM Twenty-six years after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was first honored with a holiday, his … Continue reading

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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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