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New Orleans Mardi Gras, Black-Then ’Til Now

February 3, 2021, Written by Trelani MichelleMany folk outside of New Orleans hear Mardi Gras and think beads, booze, and boobs. While that’s one side of it, there’s so many sides to the festive holiday that originally started in Mobile, Alabama then became famous in New Orleans. One of those...

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Political Notes: The Ups, Downs and In-betweens

Georgia’s stature as a national political force, a new state Supreme Court justice and more. January 31, 2021 by Susan Percy New Supreme Court Justice: Gov. Brian Kemp named longtime Fulton County Superior Court Judge Shawn LaGrua to the Georgia Supreme Court. She fills the vacancy created by...

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Nonprofit premieres disability advocacy film

Decatur-based nonprofit L'Arche Atlanta created, in partnership with the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities, a disability advocacy film that will premiere online this month, according to a press release. "6,000 Waiting" tells the powerful stories of three Georgians with developmental...

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Gold Dome Report - Legislative Day 4

The General Assembly closed the first week of its 2021 Legislative Session with a look ahead at Governor Kemp’s plans for the State’s budgets and his expected legislative initiatives. Before a joint session of the House and Senate, Kemp delivered his third State of the State address, harkening...

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L’Arche Atlanta wins second place in lip-syncing competition

L’Arche Atlanta wins second place in lip-syncing competition
L'Arche Atlanta member Patrick Barlow lip syncs to the song "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey with fellow members as the chapter participates in the Battle of the Fans lip syncing competition hosted by L'Arche Canada. Photo submitted by Tim Moore.Decatur, GA – L’Arche Atlanta came in second...

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