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Parent group calls for ending Gwinnett school police program

by Arlinda Smith Broady, June 23, 2020 A parent-led grassroots organization has called for the removal of school resource officers from Gwinnett County Public Schools. In an open letter sent Thursday to Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks and board members, Marlyn Tillman, co-founder of the...

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Worrisome budget cuts ahead for the state’s health programs

by Andy Miller, June 22, 2020 The five support centers for people with mental health problems provide a good financial return for Georgia, their leaders say. The centers, funded by the state, prevent hospitalizations in state facilities, which can cost $600 a day, and offer other services for...

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Hurdles to Humanizing Homelessness

A reflection on the pandemic, the protests, homelessness & race asks fellow white people to take a step back & educators to re-imagine what it means to be human. by Kelli Lynn Grey, June 17, 2020 Near the beginning of 2020, the non-profit AMP (which I serve as secretary to the board) received...

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Arts Center holds open studio via Zoom

MOULTRIE, Ga. — People looking to re-connect with others have a chance from the safety of their own homes with Free Open Studio Online via a live stream hosted by the Colquitt County Arts Center. Every month, students can register to participate in a workshop, pick up supplies, and join in a...

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