In collaboration with the Teacher Transformation Institute, the Auburn Avenue Research Library, will present Teacher Don’t Teach Me No Nonsense: Education Policy Reform as Reparations for Enslavement and Systemic Racism facilitated by Dr. Chike Akua.
Moving beyond slogans and theoretical concepts, Dr. Akua will explore the practical role of culturally relevant educational policy reform as the foundation for any comprehensive reparations strategy to address the debt owed to Black Americans for 250 years of chattel slavery followed by a century of legalized segregation and racial terrorism.
Dr. Chike Akua, is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership in Clark Atlanta University’s School of Education and a leading authority on increasing the achievement of today’s students, especially those in some of the most challenging schools and communities. His cultural proficiency, equity and accountability work is known nationally for assisting school systems in improving their educational climate and learning culture. Register for this event at https://tinyurl.com/y4o4p9dy
Our mission is to bring awareness to the illegal tactics that many prosecutors are using to gain wrongful convictions. We want some old cases reviewed that were over sentenced
The State is responding to our protest against Police brutality (Specifically the Black community) with more Police brutality. As our communities continue to face repression on all fronts housing, food and economic insecurity, voter suppression. The continued discrimination against immigrants, the LGBTQ community, and women. We need a united front to challenge systemic oppression lets build it together. All out against State Repression.
Endorsers – Black Voters Matter – Community Movement Builders – Save Ourselves Selves – Metro-Atlanta Democratic Socialist of America – Civil Bikes – ATL Radical Art – Young Democrats of Georgia – Latinx Caucus – SONG – Join Us and Add Your Organization As An Endorser!
One of our ATC organizers, Yarrow Koning, is hosting an online sneak peek of the documentary “Fire and Flood: Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change”. This documentary is a work in progress that tells the story of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the fires in Santa Rosa California, two near simultaneous climate-related disasters in 2017. The story is told through the voices of LGBTQ+ people who lived through the disasters and were part of the community response. After the screening, there will be time for conversation and reflection. This event will take place via Zoom. Register at: bit.ly/firefloodatc