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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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BLACKS FACING HOME APPRAISL DISCRIMINATION

In spite of April 2021 being National Fair Housing Month, Discrimination in Housing to Minorities continues to mount. After an appraiser and the Austins’ white-woman pal met at their house, its value went up by a whopping $493,000. Black Americans continue to face discrimination when it comes to building wealth through homeownership.  One Bay Area …

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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!

Governor Says No Age Limit for COVID-19 Vaccine

Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp announced today, Feb.19, that All residents can make an appointment now, for COVID-19 vaccination. Regardless to your age or health risk assessments, sign up here, today to get an appointment. COVID-19 vaccines continue to arrive in Georgia in extremely limited supply. Each week, the Federal Government authorizes states to order a …

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