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More Black Folk Need to Be Anthropologists

More Black Folk Need to Be Anthropologists
"Zora, Barefoot In The Souff" (detail) by Najee Dorsey By Trelani Michelle I like learning about how black people live around the world. I like to traveling to go see it for myself. Like eating the different foods and listening to the different music. I LOVE seeing how much...

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Gov. Kemp Names 27 Appointments to Various Boards and Commissions

Georgia State Rehabilitation Council Aarti Sahgal is the founder of Synergies Work, a 501c3 that is committed to expanding business opportunities for people with disabilities. By providing mentorship, training, and ongoing support through their network of industry experts and volunteers, the...

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Jessica Winowich made her love of theatre into a career

Jessica Winowich studied theatre education at Columbus State University and lives with her dog Bogart. Winowich has worked in advocacy for people with disabilities as well as being a caregiver for her mom. Currently she is active in multiple community organizations. She has been an actor,...

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Parents Push for Student Safety

A parent-led grassroots organization in Georgia chips away at punitive school discipline policies and works to remove police from their schools. by Coshandra Dillard When community activists created the grassroots organization Gwinnett Parent Coalition to Dismantle the School to Prison...

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