End School To Prison Pipeline

More and more teens are now doing time in adult prison and black and brown children continue to represent a large proportion of juvenile incarceration rates.  On an average, states spend $88,000 to incarcerate youth but only $10,000 to educate them. In the past 20 years, the amount spent on incarceration, parole and probation increased 6 times more than…

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Every Day Readers-Adult Literacy

AADM Every Day Readers  The goal of the AADM “Every Day Readers” program is to tutor both younger adults and adults to develop basic reading and math skills. Everyday Readers has been running for nearly four years, It is completely free, nonprofit and is staffed by volunteers. We help our students get back into school, begin taking GED classes,…

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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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Athens Black Market

Over a period of time, a successful entrepreneur or business owner can help to decrease welfare, increased tax base and income, decreased crime, or break the cycle of generational poverty. Athens Black Market is designed to help support minority business owners, startups, and encourage black entrepreneurship by providing a marketplace where everyday citizens can promote and develop their business ideas…

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