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Volunteer Recognized for Back-To-School Support

The NAACP DeKalb Education Committee would like to shine the “Spotlight” on Mrs. Bessie Marks for our thoughtfulness in volunteering over 100 pre-packaged school supplies for our Youth as they return back to school face-to-face. We pray we can obtain more volunteers throughout the year to donate supplies and/or support the Education Committee with partnerships …

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Rebroadcast of ACT-SO Awards Ceremony

Ten gold medals were presented to competitors at the local level of the annual ACT-SO competition.  These ten people will compete at the national level in July of this year. See the rebroadcast of the 2021 Awards Ceremony Here See the ACT-SO Awards Book with all the Olympians HERE!

Jubilee Day Celebration 2021 Brings New Hope

VIEW THE JUBILEE DAY CELEBRATION PROGRAM Jubilee Day is celebrated by many African Americans as the true Independence Day, commemorating Jan. 1, 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, the document that freed the slaves. One freedom fighter  said, “such celebrations are instrumental in instilling pride among a people whose contributions have been …

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Georgia breaks turnout record for first day of early voting

ATLANTA – More than 128,000 Georgians went to the polls Monday, a record for the first day of early voting in the state, according to the secretary of state’s office. The high turnout surpassed the nearly 91,000 votes cast on the first day of early voting in 2016 and left eager voters waiting in hours-long lines across …

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