IT IS IMPORTANT TO SET THIS UP.In the view of 'Constructive Feedback University' - Kasim Reed as "Mayor Of Atlanta" is the PERFECT REPRESENTATION of the "Black Progressive Municipal Politician Of The Future": HE IS A POLITICIAN - soShow More Summary
As Kasim Reed prepares to end his second and final term, more than 15 candidates are vying to succeed him. Here's how to get involved with the frontrunners.
Today The "City Of Atlanta Streets Department" Has The Intersection Of 10th And Piedmont Closed To Permanently Paint The "LGBT Pride Rainbow Flag" - After Atlanta Mayor Reed Overrode The Initial OBJECTIONS Of "The City Of Atlanta Traffic...Show More Summary
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed wants to turn over operations of the Atlanta Streetcar to MARTA. The Mayor said both sides agreed it is the right thing to do.
Mayor Kasim Reed announced the decision on the anniversary of the Pulse massacre.
IT IS INACCURATE TO LOOK AT THIS LONG RUNNING POINT THAT THIS BLOG HAS BEEN CALLING OUT AS IF IT IS A "ZERO SUM GAME"."The GAYS are NOT advancing at 'THE EXPENSE' of BLACK COMMUNITY INTEREST". These are TWO SEPARATE AND DISTINCT POINTS...Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed announced on Monday – the first anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting -- that that city will install rainbow crosswalks at the intersection of Piedmont Avenue and 10th Street. Permanently.
SECULAR GOVERNANCE IS A RELIGION MEANT TO STEAL PEOPLE'S 'SPIRIT OF DISCERNMENT' IGNORE talking about what the PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT PROMISES and how it FALLS FAR FAR SHORT of "Stopping Global Warming" by its own admission AND INSTEAD...Show More Summary
Here's where some of the leading candidates running to replace Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed stand on President Donald Trump's decision and what they would do, if elected, about climate change.
Before the Andrew J. Young Foundation's annual Leadership Awards, we sat down with the civil rights leader and former U.N Ambassador and discussed Donald Trump, mayor Kasim Reed, and fighting poverty.
DEAR "THE ATLANTA VOICE" - WHAT ABOUT MAYOR REED - WHO HAD THE VISION FOR "SOUTH OF DOWNTOWN ATLANTA: A 'LIVE WORK PLAY AREA FROM 'THE UNDERGROUND TO THE AIRPORT'??? CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: Kasim Reed SHOULD BE CREDITED!!In...Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed this morning is unveiling the city’s design for a 1,000-space, $48 million parking deck at Grant Park that will replace the space-wasting, seven-acre parking lot off Boulevard officials say is insufficient. The three-tier...Show More Summary
Mayor Kasim Reed has named a new city attorney. In a news release Thursday, Reed announced that Jeremy Berry will assume the position of the city's top legal officer, replacing … Click to Continue »
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.