Category Archives: Concerned Black Clergy

Anti-Muslim Haters Fail to Show Up at Advertised Rally in Atlanta


(APN) ATLANTA —  An anti-Muslim group had called for a national Global Rally for Humanity on today, Saturday, October 10, 2015, to protest outside twenty or more mosques in various U.S. cities, including Atlanta.   However, while the faith community mobilized in Atlanta to hold a prayer vigil in response, no anti-Muslim protesters showed up at the advertised protest.   […]

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Horace Tribble, 1938 – 2015, !Presente!


(APN) ATLANTA — Horace Tribble, 77, a community activist with such organizations as the Concerned Black Clergy of Atlanta, the Open Door Community, and Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority, was discovered in his home to have passed away, on yesterday, Wednesday, September 30, 2015.   He was also an appointee by Fulton County to the Commission on Disability Affairs, a […]

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Georgians Mobilize following Verdict in Shooting of Trayvon Martin

  (APN) ATLANTA — Anger has led to mobilization, introspection, and a renewed interest in Stand Your Ground laws here in Georgia, following the July 13, 2013 verdict in the criminal trial of George Zimmerman, who is responsible for the death of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teenager who had gone to the store for a bag of Skittles candy and […]

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(IPS) Some See Energy Equity as Path to Sustainability

This article first appeared on the Inter-Press Service website at: ATLANTA, Georgia, Jun 24 2013 (IPS) – Advocates of the concept of “energy equity” have begun employing it in the southern United States to create a diverse coalition of citizens who might otherwise approach energy policy issues differently.  It started when the Partnership for Southern Equity (PSE), an organisation that has looked […]

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