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DoBetterGA Protest Pro-Choice Abortion Downtown Atlanta GA

Photos: Thousands protest Georgia abortion legislation during #DoBetterGA march

On Saturday morning, thousands gathered near the Georgia State Capitol in downtown Atlanta to protest HB 481, a bill recently signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp that bars most abortions after six weeks.

Fighting to kneel: A Kennesaw State University cheerleader sues for the right to protest on the playing field

Similar to San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, five cheerleaders for Kennesaw State University decided to kneel during the national anthem at a football game to protest unjustified killings by police officers. When the school decided to move them off the field if they were going to kneel, Tommia Dean, one of the cheerleaders, filed a lawsuit against the school's higher ups for restricting her freedom of speech.
With Drawn Arms High Museum Atlanta

High Museum’s latest exhibition, “With Drawn Arms,” speaks to #TakeAKnee and #BlackLivesMatter

Stepping off of the elevator onto the second floor of the High Museum of Art’s Ann Cox Chamber Wing, nearly 150 gold-painted arms raised with the Black Power fist are suspended in the air. Connected by cables, they form a shape that looks like a mix of Newton’s Cradle and a helix of DNA.
March for Our Lives Atlanta Joseph Guay

With 14 empty school desks, Atlanta artist Joseph Guay gave March for Our Lives protesters another way to speak out

As hundreds of thousands protested across the country during March for Our Lives, Atlanta artist Joseph Guay set up 14 school desks coated in blackboard paint near the Georgia capitol—one for each student killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February.

Atlanta Must Reads for the Week: the return of highway protests, a gentrifying grocer, and a beginner’s guide to Newt Gingrich

The best stories each week about Atlanta, from Atlanta-based writers, and beyond.

Ten-thousand demonstrators flood Atlanta’s streets in response to tragic shootings

“Let's just be the best versions of ourselves,” Mayor Kasim Reed told protesters, encouraging them to keep on exercising their constitutional rights “in the spirit of Dr. King.”

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