The 73rd Anniversary of Nakba – the Ongoing Catastrophe Palestinians Suffer

photo by Gloria Tatum May 15, 2021, marks the 73rd year of the Nakba or "catastrophe". It was the day in 1948 that over 700,000 Palestinian Arabs fled or were expelled from their homes and between 400 and 600 Palestinian villages were destroyed and Palestinian history erased.                    Every year on May 15, Palestinians and their … Continue reading The 73rd Anniversary of Nakba – the Ongoing Catastrophe Palestinians Suffer

200 Cities Participate in Voter Motorcade to Restore Voting Rights

Saturday, May 8, 2021, was the "John Lewis National Day of Action '' to restore the Voting Rights Act. People in 20 cities in Georgia and 200 cities around the country took to the streets in "Votercades" to mobilize passage of HR1 For the People Act and HR 4 the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement … Continue reading 200 Cities Participate in Voter Motorcade to Restore Voting Rights

Georgians Are Dying Who Can’t Afford Health Care & Don’t Have Medicaid

Georgia is one of only 12 states that has not expanded Medicaid. Almost one-half million Georgians could gain health care if "the powers that be" would approve the expansion of Medicaid. Georgia Budget & Policy Institute (GBPI) Facts on Medicaid Expansion About 255,000 Georgians make too little to buy health insurance and do not qualify … Continue reading Georgians Are Dying Who Can’t Afford Health Care & Don’t Have Medicaid