In his February 2 “state of the city” address, Mayor Kasim Reed said that arts funding is critical to Atlanta and that he wants to ensure the money reaches all arts organizations, large and small. “Organizations like the Woodruff Arts Center are thriving, but our small- and medium-sized groups, our young and emerging arts, need […]
Please note that I said "THEIR joint statement" IF they cared about THE PEOPLE rather than PROGRESSIVE NATIONALIST POWER.I can tell you RIGHT OFF OF THE BAT the notion that a WHITE REPUBLICAN ELECTED OFFICIAL whose (real) JOB that is...Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed has announced another major investment in Atlanta’s arts community today. The City of Atlanta has pledged $1 million to the Woodruff Arts Center Transformation Campaign, one of the most ambitious fundraising initiatives in the history of Atlanta’s largest arts organization. Show More Summary
It’s difficult to know quite what to make of Thursday morning’s release by Mayor Kasim Reed of 1.47 million pages of documents relating to the federal bribery investigation involving unnamed city employees. Was it, as Reed declared to...Show More Summary
In the wake of controversy over President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration, Mayor Kasim Reed has declined to declare Atlanta a “sanctuary city,” calling it instead a “welcoming city.” It’s a distinction that ultimately may not matter—either to immigrants or to the Trump administration.
Atlanta hopes to celebrate a Super Bowl title on Sunday night, and the mayor is allowing people to celebrate later. Although Atlanta bars typically must close by midnight on Sundays, Mayor Kasim Reed signed an executive order that will allow bars to remain open until 2:30 a.m. Some cities worry that overzealous fans will riot…
Mayor Kasim Reed asserted that Atlanta will continue to support its LGBT residents, a population he called a 'great asset' and 'essential part' of the city's diversity.
Though Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed should be condemned when he wrote the BOOK on: "How Progressive Elected Officials Can SHOOT DOWN Organic Black Community Led RITES OF PASSAGE PROGRAMS To Give BLACK MALES A PURPOSE" when he went alongShow More Summary
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed poses with Attorney/’Housewife’ Phaedra Parks during the 2016 UNCF Mayor’s Masked Ball this past weekend (December 17, 2016). Many of Atlanta’s ‘Who’s Who’ attended the annual fundraising gala, held at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta, which is known to be the premier social event of the holiday season. Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed tapped a 20-year veteran of the Atlanta Police Department to become its next chief, pledging that he and the agency's new leader will continue working closely with the city's LGBT residents.
Jeezy, Cee-Lo, Keshia Knight Pulliam and Big Tigger Attend Charity Event On Tuesday, former flames Keshia Knight Pulliam and Big Tigger partnered up alongside Jeezy, Cee Lo, and ATL mayor Kasim Reed to feed the needy at Music Industry Exec
SOURCE: ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION POLITICAL OPINIONS Dear Mayor Shirley Franklin:YOU ARE CORRECT. I listen to a lot of people who have inside knowledge into the city politics and 'Civil Rights Pharisees Operations'. THEY AGREE WITH YOU:Kasim Reed practices a 'Smashed Face' style of politics is ARROGANT and THIN SKINNED. Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed blistered Cathy Woolard, the only LGBT candidate for Atlanta mayor, as a 'quitter' and 'failed' candidate after she tweaked him on blue lights and big taxpayer bucks for a stadium renovation.
I AM NOT AN AMERICAN CITIZEN! I HAVE NO STANDING In The Issue Of The FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS Of A GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS Who Congregate Together Into A LEGAL ORGANIZATION, Decides To BESTOW AN HONOR Upon An ELECTED OFFICIAL Who Is Doing Their Bidding. Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed and several candidates hoping to replace him at City Hall next year took part in the Atlanta Pride parade on Sunday, along with several city council members and top Georgia Democrats.
After speaking on a panel at the 2016 Texas Tribune Festival, Reed spoke with Atlanta magazine about his priorities for the final 15 months in office, the prospects of Georgia going for Hillary Clinton, and when he plans to endorse a candidate in the mayoral campaign to succeed him.
STUDY THIS MAN, FOR HE IS THE "AMERICAN POLITICIAN OF THE FUTURE COLONIZATION" MAKE HEAVY USE OF "BLACK PROGRESSIVE RACIAL INDICTMENTS" AGAINST THE WHITE RIGHT WING In Order To Unify Your BLACK And PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALIST BASE DEFEND...Show More Summary
Who Told You That The Mayor Of Atlanta Wasn't Naked When You Remove Him From AMERICAN POLITICS And Expect Him To Be COMPETENT At DEVELOPING BLACK PEOPLE Through STRONG INSTITUTIONS? SORRY SANDRA ROSE - This "Transsexual On The Atlanta...Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed called yesterday's meeting with four local protest leaders "productive," but many organizers denounced the closed-door meeting for its lack of transparency and continued to protest inside and outside Atlanta's City Hall. If it is a divide-and-conquer strategy, as many have suggested, it may be working.…
On Saturday, as protests mounted across the country following the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed explained the large police presence at downtown protests to reporters: “Dr. King would never take a freeway.” Reed’s claim was historically absurd. Martin Luther King Jr. took many a highway—most famously, perhaps, in […]