Black Georgia Pastors and Activists Respond to End of Legislative Session, Call on Voters to Remember Immoral Bills at the Voting Booth

FOR PLANNING PURPOSES

Tuesday, April 5, 2022

 

MEDIA CONTACT

Austin Schuler, aschuler@faithinpubliclife.org, 540-280-3393


 

Black Georgia Pastors and Activists Respond to End of Legislative Session, Call on Voters to Remember Immoral Bills at the Voting Booth

 

Press Conference Tuesday at 1 p.m.


 

Atlanta, GA - On Tuesday, April 5, at 1 p.m. Georgia pastors and activists will come together virtually to respond to the end of Georgia’s legislative session. 

 

On Monday, April 4, Georgia’s legislative session will come to a close. This session was marked by contentious bills that attempted to further suppress the right to vote, vindictive schemes that looked to punish our state’s teachers for teaching their students facts and a host of other important proposals. Georgia leaders are coming together to rally Georgians to respond to the bills that will be headed to Governor Brian Kemp’s desk and ask voters to remember this session as they head to the voting booth for primary elections in May and a general election in November. 

 

WHAT:

Press Conference with Georgia Pastors and Activists 

 

WHEN:

Tuesday, April 5, at 1 p.m.

 

WHERE:

 

Zoom - Register Here

 

WHO:

 

Rev. Timothy McDonald, First Iconium Baptist Church, Atlanta

Rev. Lee May, Transforming Faith Church, Decatur

Fenika Miller, Black Voters Matter

Dr. Brenda Smith, Presbytery of Atlanta Peace and Global Witness Partnership


 

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