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Honoring Augusta Coach Jerry Hunter for caring about inner city youth: W. K. Kellogg Foundation New Tools New Visions 2 (NTNV2) sponsor a youth baseball camp at Paine College

Honoring Augusta Baseball Coach Jerry Hunter for caring about our inner city youth: W. K. Kellogg Foundation New Tools New Visions 2 (NTNV2) sponsored a youth baseball camp at Paine College in Augusta, Georgia with Jerry Hunter as coach New … Continue reading

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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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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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