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Muscogee (Creek) tribal members migrate to homelands 200 years after ancestors’ forced removal

Indigenous natives to so-called Atlanta return from Helvpe Ceremonial Grounds in Oklahoma for historic stomp dance ceremony in South River Forest, which is currently under threat of becoming a police militarization base known as “Cop City”. This story and its …

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Coca-Cola steps down from Atlanta Police Foundation, Color of Change releases groundbreaking report

The corporation reportedly left the APF\’s Board of Trustees as Color of Change releases report exposing police foundation ties to Fortune 500 companies, corporate mega-donors following longstanding community organizing efforts against police violence and to Stop Cop City in Atlanta …

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Research shows that weapons testing at new police training facility could expose the public to toxic chemicals, contaminate urban farm and South River

The City of Atlanta and Atlanta Police Foundation’s renderings for a new police training facility in Dekalb County, commonly referred to as “Cop City,” could pose disastrous effects for communities inside and outside the greater metro Atlanta area This article …

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Video report: Councilmember Joyce Sheperd\’s press conference in response to local Stop Cop City movement

ATLANTA — On Mon., June 7 — the same day that the Atlanta City Council unanimously voted to increase the Atlanta Police Department budget, District 12 Councilwoman Joyce Sheperd introduced an ordinance to allow Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to issue a …

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What you need to know about the Atlanta city jail, decarceration, and the prison industrial complex

This article was published on April 20, 2021. ATLANTA — On Mon., April 19, Atlanta City Council was flooded with over six hours of public comment calls from constituents. A majority were calling about the same thing: the fate of …

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