Tabling for Social Justice

MADSA, WRFG, Atlanta Jobs with Justice, Rise Up, ATL Raise Up and other friends reached out to hundreds of festival goers at the Many Rivers to Cross: a Festival of Music, Arts and Social Justice Festival’s “Social Justice Village” in Fairburn during the first weekend in October.

Daniel Hanley reported on “great experiences and conversations!. . .Organizing highlight: our DSA table spoke with so many Atlantans who pledged to participate Monday in the campaign to save Peachtree-Pine shelter. People were appalled by Kasim Reed's attempt to displace hundreds of shelterless Atlantans and replace their beds with a SWAT command center. We also spoke with people from out of town, who are eager to get plugged in to work with DSA locals in their home regions.” Photos: Daniel Hanley