Solidarity With Charlotte, Tulsa

An estimated 1,000 Atlantans led by the Georgia NAACP, Black Lives Matter, #stopkillingus and allied organizations quickly organized Sept. 23 to demonstrate downtown in solidarity with the protests against police killings of Keith Scott in Charlotte, NC and Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, OK. (Crowd estimate from Atlanta Progressive News.) They marched from the Center for… Read more »

Moral Monday Georgia Fights for $15

Members of Georgia Raise Up, Moral Monday Georgia, MADSA, the NAACP and other organizations demonstrated at our State Capitol during a National Day of Action on Monday, Sept. 12, called by Rev. William Barber’s Moral Monday movement. People of faith, workers and community activists gathered at state capitols in 25 states to deliver the “Higher… Read more »

MADSA Celebrates Labor Day With AFL-CIO

MADSA members celebrated Labor Day with our union brothers and sisters at the Georgia AFL-CIO’s annual Labor Day picnic. Here, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) member Al Herman (left) and State Sen. Vincent Fort (right) check out the MADSA table, staffed by (left to right) Adam Cardo, Barbara Joye and Milt Tambor. (Photo:… Read more »

Busy Weekend: Book Party and Film Screening

On Saturday night, Aug.13, the Music Room, a popular venue on the trendy Edgewood Ave. strip in the Old Fourth Ward, hosted MADSA’s party to celebrate member Cecily McMillan’s new book and benefit the Georgia Civil Disobedience Fund. The Emancipation of Cecily McMillan, an American Memoir (Nation Books) describes the author’s difficult childhood growing up… Read more »