East Metro For Social Justice Open Meeting
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 909 394 4379 Passcode: tomorrow

MIX’D MEDIA: A Mixer for Artists & Creatives! @ Argosy
Jan 20 @ 6:00 pm – Jan 20 @ 10:00 pm

Are you an artist? Looking to network? Look no further!

Save the date for Mix’d Media: A Mixer For Artists & Creatives, happening Thursday, January 20th in The Brig (the farthest back area) of Argosy (470 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316).

At this event, we’ll have an entrance table where you can sign, get stickers that signify the area of art you represent. We’ll have activities thru the event, as well as a no-shame/open mic for those wanting to share their craft, advertise themselves, or ask questions!

This event for artists and creatives of all types and varieties and levels of experience.

Drinks and food are available from the restaurant & bar.

This event is 18 & up.
This event is free.


Music provided by DJ wav_maker

Flyer by Dotte Com @thedottecom

Parking: Parking can be found in parking lot that surrounds Argosy, as well as on Flat Shoals Ave, Glenwood Ave, and nearby lots. MARTA has two bus routes and several bus stops within a 2 block radius of Argosy.

Accessibility Info: Entrance to the event is thru the front of Argosy and straight thru to the back of the restaurant, to the Brig – where the event is being held. All entrances are ADA accessible, flat, paved concrete. Restrooms are located at the entrance to the Brig and are accessible with large stalls in each. The Brig’s lighting is somewhat dim – we will aim to make it as bright as possible.

Southern Fried Queer Pride is an Atlanta based organization empowering Black & QTPOC-centered communities in the South through the arts! For more info, find us at: For questions, email us at:

20 Hour Street Medic Training
Jan 21 @ 6:00 pm – Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm

THIS TRAINING IS FULL! All future signups will go on a waitlist.

Register for the waitlist here:

If you’ve been wanting to go to protests as a street medic, this is the training you’ve been waiting for!

For over 50 years, the 20 hour has been the “gold standard” of training for anyone who wants to wear a red cross to mark as a street medic at a protest. This training includes 20 hours of interactive instruction and practice. It covers a variety of first aid skills, including assessment, airway, bleeding, musculoskeletal injuries, and common medical conditions. It also includes street medic philosophy, protest medic infrastructure, and communications. Finally, it covers protest-specific injuries such as tear gas, rubber bullets, and sound weapons.

This training is FREE, but we will ask for donations to go toward the space and toward our collective.

No experience needed, but we ask that you commit to attend the full training! Hours are 5:30 to 8:30 Friday evening and 9 am to 6 pm Saturday and Sunday. If you have a healthcare certification that includes trauma & first aid training, contact us to see if you qualify to attend Sunday only for the bridge training.

This training will be held indoors with open doors and windows in a large space. We will require masks and 6′ distancing, except for hands-on skills that require being closer for short periods.

The 23rd Annual ART PAPERS Art Auction @ Atlanta Contemporary
Jan 22 @ 6:00 pm – Jan 22 @ 9:00 pm

The ART PAPERS Auction is back in-person! Join us on Saturday, January 22, 2022 at the Atlanta Contemporary for the 23rd Annual ART PAPERS Art Auction. The evening will feature works from leading and emerging artists from around the world, and offer art lovers, both seasoned and novice, the opportunity to build their collections while enjoying a great party. All proceeds benefit the award-winning programs of ART PAPERS.

More information coming soon!

We Shall Overcome: African American Stories from Civil War to Civil Rights
Feb 6 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

This 75-minute guided tour explores the lives and accomplishments of outstanding and ordinary African Americans in Atlanta.

“We Shall Overcome” became the anthem of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, but the origin of the song dates back to antebellum days and a spiritual sung by enslaved people, “No More Auction Block for Me.” This tour explores the lives and accomplishments of outstanding and ordinary African Americans who fought to overcome the effects of slavery and discrimination to help shape the history of Atlanta.
These tours start outside of the Bell Tower Building (at the Visitors Center and Museum Shop) at 1:00 PM. Please arrive a few minutes early to check in with the volunteer at the front desk.
Spaces are extremely limited, so we recommend purchasing your tickets in advance.
Historic Oakland Foundation is committed to following CDC public health guidelines. Masks will be required for all guests to enter the Museum Shop. Vaccinated guests can remove their masks during a tour. If an at-risk tour guest is uncomfortable, all tour guests will agree to continue wearing their masks for the duration of the tour to ensure the comfort of all visitors.
Historic Oakland Foundation Members
Historic Oakland Foundation memberships include free tickets for special topic tours. Check your membership level before you purchase. Individual members receive one (1) ticket, dual members two (2) tickets, and family memberships four (4) tickets. Membership status will be confirmed before the tour.
Not all areas of historic Oakland Cemetery are wheelchair accessible. Please let us know if you need an accessible route when purchasing your ticket. There is designated parking for vehicles with a disability permit behind the Bell Tower Building/Visitors Center. This is the best option for parking as the main entrance is paved with cobblestones, and both the East Gate and Memorial Drive Gate entrances have either a step or curb.
ASL interpreter available if given 3 days (72 hours) notice before the start of the tour.