There has been evidence that racial prejudice and economic status plays a large role in discrimination and has consistently been implicated as a core factor for many of the problems that plague African-Americans and various minorities that leads to prejudice behavior, police brutality, and mass incarcerations; health disparities, low economic development and lack of educational resources and support.
With this in mind, Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement core programs are designed to address racial and social issues that disproportionately impact minorities and to fight against discrimination.
Volunteers needed for the following programs (must be a current member of AADM.
- Civil Rights and Racial Justice: 3 advocates and 2 researchers
- Community and Minority Business Development: assisting program manager and 5 team members
- 10 openings for AADM Teen Social Justice Committee ages 13-18 (welcomed)
If you’re a member of AADM and interested in volunteering for one of the above position please fill out the for below: