Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement Protest-Nov 17

For Immediate Release: AADM PR-Richard Banton AADM calls community to action against persistent discrimination   Athens, Ga – The Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement will hold a protest rally at the UGA Arch on Friday, November 17, to publicize the second discrimination complaint filed against a Downtown Athens bar. The rally will begin at 5:30 and end at City Hall on…

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Black and Minority Business Development Summit-February 2018

AADM minority business development summit provides tips and advises on how to start your own business or grow your current business. This summit includes one-on-one business assessment, business workshops,  discussion panel; counsel from business experts, financial professional, marketing experts, and more. While supporting black and minority-owned businesses, AADM will promote economic development, monitor taxation and local policies that impact black and…

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Civil Rights and Racial Justice Advocacy

AADM Civil Rights and Racial Justice program offer advocacy, educational resources, and workshops designed to teach individuals how to defend one’s civil rights. We aim to transform communities, justice systems, public policy, and secure economic justice. AADM work towards addressing Issues that negatively impact one’s civil rights such racial profiling, systematic discrimination, and the lack of diversity and inclusion in educational settings, workplaces,…

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Swadeshi Craft Cooperative

The AADM Swadeshi  Craft Cooperative The Swadeshi Crafts Cooperative is a group of people who live below the poverty level in Athens, Georgia, and who are trying to supplement their incomes for themselves and their kids by making and selling handmade crafts. The AADM, Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement supports Swadeshi by assisting with materials and a means to get their crafts to market.  Currently, AADM shares a table with Swadeshi at the…

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End School to Prison-June 2018

AADM End School to prison pipeline seminar is designed to combat the School to Prison Pipeline system and teach attendees such as educators, social workers, and school officials, alternatives to punitive punishment that could be implemented in the classroom or overall school system. AADM goal is to address the disproportionate impact on minority students by school suspension and expulsion…

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