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Following our initial unveiling earlier this year, the FCRC will be holding a grand opening of our Stories From the Soil exhibit with performances, speakers, and thoughtful discussion surrounding the importance of remembering those lost in our community to white supremacy and racial terror, from long ago in the past to today. Tickets are available here! More details will be shared here and on our mailing list as the date approaches!Find out more »
Compassionate Atlanta is pleased to present a viewing of "Just Mercy" on opening night, January 10, 2020. This fundraiser will support the Dekalb County NAACP Remembrance Project & the Fulton County Remembrance Coalition. Please stay for a short discussion after the movie.Find out more »
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True Justice examines the personal journey of Bryan Stevenson, director of the Equal Justice Initiative, who is working to bring justice to the incarcerated, wrongly convicted, and disadvantaged. Following the screening, FCRC will lead a discussion on the film and our engagement in EJI's Community Remembrance Project to confront our history and remember the 36 victims of racial terror lynching in Fulton County. Photography and Videography: We will have a photographer and videographer present. By attending this event, you give…Find out more »
Join the Dekalb Remembrance Project on March 29, 2020 as they unveil a historical marker memorializing DeKalb County's lynching victims. The marker will honor: Reuben Hudson, Jr., who was murdered July 26, 1887 in Redan, GeorgiaThree to five unnamed black men, who were murdered in Lithonia, GA on April 3, 1892Porter F. Turner, who was murdered by the KKK in a Druid Hills neighborhoodFind out more »