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2020 Year in Review

A Reminder To Demand Change at the Local LevelWhen Georgia’s 6-week abortion ban was finally struck down, Director Allison Coffman released an op-ed reminding Georgians that the fight for reproductive justice does not end and that we need to do more to protect abortion access at the local level. Immigrant

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Response to Insurrection

Make no mistake, what we saw on Wednesday, January 6th in D.C. and here at Georgia’s capitol was a violent, White supremacist insurrection. These events are not anomalies or a result of a few bad actors—they are part of a larger pattern of events and a history of White Supremacy

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The South Does Not Own White Supremacy.

The South does not own White Supremacy. The South was the capital of slavery, but the entire U.S. economy and society were complicit on the exploitation of Black bodies, which continues to be true to this day. The South is the epicenter for revolution in the United States, the incubator

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Believe Women, Shut Down Irwin

We know that you are as outraged as we are about the awful conditions under which detained immigrants are living and ICDC staff are working, the complete neglect of COVID-19 prevention and treatment, and forced hysterectomies conducted on immigrant women. We’ve gathered immediate actions for you to take to stand up for reproductive justice.

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Protestors gathered in front of the Georgia State Capitol with Black Lives Matter signs.

It’s not a riot. It’s a revolution.

We have been closely watching the events that have been unraveling this past week, and our hearts are broken for those who have lost their lives, their families, and for all Black people who have to live in constant fear of the terrorism that is white supremacy. We at AMPLIFY

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