It is the opinion of ACPC that the unnamed property owner gave Dekalb County PD its marching orders and has not acted in good faith or in accordance with legal precedent. It is truly outrageous but utterly unsurprising that the police would act in the interests of wealthy, private landowners – that is, after all, what the police have always done.
After nearly an hour of debate in which former committee member Lily Ponitz was allotted just over two minutes at … More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 6, 2022 [click for PDF] Two tree sits have been built and occupied in the site of … More
By Margaret Spalding “Prison Farming” is a product of the Jim Crow era that endures to this day. A formalized … More
These emails were acquired via a Georgia Open Records Request Emails are available on DocumentCloud Email attachments are available on … More
Neighbors of the Atlanta ForestFor immediate releaseMarch 9, 2022 Contact: email@example.com Atlanta-area park carelessly destroyed: Bulldozer & cops escorted out … More
These documents are from the Dekalb county courthouse. City of ATL purchased the land known as the prison farm on … More
Hello, We are extremely concerned at the inaccuracies laid out in the Terracon Cultural Report for the PSTC. As per our report that we … More