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Dear White People Film Screening and Discussion

March 11, 2015

Join Georgia WAND and Hello Racism for First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta’s Third Friday Film Series viewing of Dear White People. Dear White People (2014) is a satire about race relations and racial identity, set on a fictional Ivy League campus. The film has received 9 awards (including the Special Jury Prize at Sundance) and […]

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Recap! Open Roundtable Conversation on Race Pt.II- Delving Deeper: Identifying and Ending Structural Racism

Georgia WAND, Hello Racism, and Showing Up for Racial Justice co-hosted the second of two dialogues discussing the role of white people in ending systemic racism on Saturday, January 31. It was a powerful discussion! A lot of trust was built in this multiracial space; and people, especially white people, were encouraged to step up their […]

A Successful 13th Annual REAL State of the Union!

How can we stop the root causes of systemic and environmental violence? Over 100 guests gathered at Ben Hill United Methodist Church in Southwest Atlanta on February 5, 2015 for The REAL State of the Union. Jay Bookman, author and Atlanta Journal Constitution columnist and blogger addressed systemic violence and the fear mongering in society that […]

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