Racism A Public Health Crisis

“Courage Exploding – Rage Exhibiting” as DeKalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson drafted a “Resolution to declare “Racism a Public Health Crisis”. A four-page document that discusses racism’s historical and present-day impact on many aspects of society. Using the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as an example, the resolution says that inequity in things like housing, education, employment …

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RECENT SOCIAL MEDIA CLAIMS ABOUT NAACP A HOAX

STATEMENT ON RECENT POSTS CLAIMING TO BE FROM NAACP JULY 5, 2020 < BACK TO LATEST Washington, DC (July 4th, 2020) – In recent days, several social media platforms have posted statements purporting that the NAACP has received information about white nationalists groups initiations during the July 4 weekend. The National NAACP has not released any such statement. While …

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Get Up To $15,000 for Down Payment of Home

The Hardest Hit Fund Down Payment Assistance Program (HHF DPA) provides up to $15,000 in down payment assistance to eligible households purchasing an exixting home in seven of Georgia’s hardest hit counties: Fulton, DeKalb, Clayton, Muscogee, Douglas, Chatham and Bibb. The Hardest Hit Fund Down Payment Program will be ending on October 1, 2020. Last Date for …

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RSC Emergency Services & Resources in DeKalb

Resident Services Corporation has provided a resource guide for DeKalb residents to help in time of need.  This Resource Guide offers at-a-glance information on emergency services and resources in the DeKalb County area. It was created by Resident Services Corporation (RSC) to enable the staff of RSC to help individuals and families seeking assistance. We …

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Coronavirus continues its devesatation in Georgia

A rapidly growing rate of coronavirus infections has Albany under siege. Its main hospital is so overrun with sick and dying patients that nurses at one point had been told to keep working even if they tested positive themselves, and the administration turned to the underground market to try to find essential supplies.  Public officials …

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Census Day 2020 Participating in the census is vital

April 1, 2020 is Census Day. Participating in the census is vital as it determines resources for your community that include: federal funding, congressional representation funding for new schools, hospitals, roads and more. The Census can be completed online, through the mail, or by phone, making it convenient for every citizen to participate. LEARN MORE …

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