Juneteenth has increasingly become a day of activism. Thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, converged on the streets of Atlanta June 19 in peaceful protest – to amplify the national and local cry for social and police reform. In fact, there were so many marches and rallies downtown, they occasionally bumped into each other like traffic jams for justice.
- Mayor Bottoms Leads Successful Effort To Stop Development On The Former Chattahoochee Brick Company Site
- Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and FUSE Corps Welcome Atlanta’s First-Ever HIV Executive Fellow
- Atlanta’s New MLK Statue Stands Tall And Proud Near His Family Home On The Westside
- City of Atlanta Names Janean Lewis Senior Director of Youth Engagement
- Mayor Bottoms Joins Atlanta And Nation In Mourning The Loss Of Braves Baseball Great “Hammering” Hank Aaron