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2020 Atlanta – What A Year! – Photos by Kelly Jordan

MLK Parade Atlanta Peachtree Marchers at the 2020 MLK Day Parade in Atlanta
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Marchers at the 2020 MLK Day Parade in Atlanta
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Marchers at the 2020 MLK Day Parade in Atlanta
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Groundbreaking ceremony for the Southside Trail in Atlanta
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Seen at a 2020 Lunar New Year celebration in metro Atlanta
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Celebrating the Lunar New Year in 2020
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Alicia Philipp is honored among Atlanta magazine's 500 of Atlanta's Most Powerful Leaders
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Transit equity advocates gathered in Atlanta in February 2020
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A member of the Seed and Feed Marching Abominable at the Atlanta Jugglers Association gathering in early 2020
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Attendees wait in line at the 2020 Bronner Bros. show in Atlanta
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On the scene at the 2020 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
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Two participants in a refugee advocacy event in Georgia in 2020
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A band performs for a Mardi Gras celebration in 2020
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ART Station - an Atlanta theater and arts organization - participates in a Mardi Gras event
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Revelers at the Lanta Gras Parade in February 2020
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Juliette, GA, residents at the Georgia State Capitol in February 2020 to urge lawmakers to require Georgia Power to move coal ash waste
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Seen in the Poncey Highland neighborhood of Atlanta
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Runners pass a water station outside of Variety Playhouse in Atlanta
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On the scene at the Purim Parade on Lavista Road in Atlanta
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Atlantans prepared to assist others during the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020
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Amid the pandemic, several Atlanta organizations worked to help their fellow Atlantans
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A sign outside of Manuel's Tavern, seen amid the pandemic shutdown, in spring 2020
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Demonstrators stand in front of CNN Center in Atlanta
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Chief Erika Shields (center) and Atlanta Police officers among a crowd of demonstrators at CNN Center in Atlanta
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Demonstrators gather outside of CNN Center in Atlanta
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Marchers gather at the Center for Civil and Human Rights
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Seen at a Black Lives Matter march in Atlanta in 2020
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Demonstrators at a social justice march in the summer of 2020
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Two participants in a Black Lives Matter march in the summer of 2020
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Members of the Atlanta Police force kneel with demonstrators
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Demonstrators gather outside of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta in summer 2020
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Black Lives Matter marchers make their way down the Atlanta BeltLine in summer 2020
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Demonstrators at a Black Lives Matter march in the summer of 2020
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On the scene at a demonstration in the summer of 2020
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Demonstrators gather at Atlanta City Hall in the summer of 2020
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Social justice demonstrators make their way through Atlanta in the summer of 2020
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On the scene outside of the Wendy's fast food restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was killed in the summer of 2020
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Social justice demonstrators march through Atlanta in the summer of 2020
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A demonstration in Atlanta in the summer of 2020
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A demonstrator at the Confederate memorial in front of the Old DeKalb County Courthouse in Decatur
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Protest signs cover the Confederate memorial in front of the Old DeKalb County Courthouse in Decatur
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Protest signs are removed from the memorial in front of the old DeKalb County Courthouse in Decatur
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A work crew removes the Confederate memorial from outside of the old DeKalb County Courthouse in Decatur
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A work that was part of a Juneteenth art takeover of Flatiron City in downtown Atlanta
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A sign bearing the image of Rayshard Brooks is seen outside of his funeral at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta
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A 2020 Black Lives Matter demonstration in metro Atlanta
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Attendees at a demonstration in Atlanta for Black and Trans lives
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Attendees at a Atlanta demonstration for Black and Trans Lives
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Black Lives Matter demonstrators gathered in front of CNN Center in Atlanta
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Atlantans remembered C.T. Vivian following his 2020 death
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The late C.T. Vivian was remembered at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta
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A mourner at the service honoring the life of Representative and civil rights leader John Lewis at the Georgia State Capitol
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Following his summer 2020 death, Atlantans remembered John Lewis at the Georgia State Capitol
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Following his death in summer 2020, Atlantans gathered at the John Lewis mural
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Following his death, Atlantans gathered at the Auburn Avenue mural of John Lewis
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Marchers hold images of the late John Lewis and the late C.T. VIvian
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A mourner outside of John Lewis's funeral in Atlanta
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Crowds gathered outside of Ebenezer Baptist Church, during the funeral for Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis
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A rally remembered the life of Jamarion Robinson in Atlanta
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Residents of the Peoplestown neighborhood made the case to preserve their neighborhood
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A poster commemorates the life of Mattie Jackson in Atlanta
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Counter demonstrators in Metro Atlanta in 2020
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A demonstrator and counter demonstrator speak at a metro Atlanta event
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A demonstrator speaks with a counter-demonstrator
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The accreditation application for Atlanta's Morris Brown College was approved in Fall 2020
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Attendees at a vigil at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta
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A vigil for Covid-19 victims at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta
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A mural painted on the streets of Atlanta
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Atlantans gathered to remember Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg following her 2020 death
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Atlantans gathered for a vigil for late Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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The 2020 East Atlanta Strut went ahead, with some pandemic precautions
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A crowd gathers at the Hey Leader! mural in Atlanta
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Seen at the Unsung Heroines mural in Atlanta
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Atlantans urge others to vote on Election Day 2020
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An Atlantan urges others to vote
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Celebrating the outcome of the 2020 election in Midtown Atlanta
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Atlantans celebrate the outcome of the 2020 election
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Atlantans celebrate the outcome of the 2020 election
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Metro Atlanta residents celebrate the outcome of the 2020 election
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In late 2020 Atlanta Eagle bar departed its longtime Ponce de Leon Avenue location
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In the wake of the November 2020 election, demonstrations were held at the Georgia State Capitol
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Metro Atlanta voters went to the polls to help elect Georgia's senators
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The Christmas Eve 2020 Hosea Helps event was held outside of the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta
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2020 ended with Oakland Cemetery's annual holiday celebration
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A parade float offers New Year's wishes in 2020
Kelly Jordan

Kelly Jordan, who has lived in Atlanta since 1968, attended Emory University before he and partners revitalized Little Five Points into one of Atlanta's most eclectic retail districts. In recent years, Kelly has been leading the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance, and he has been active with a host of environmental organizations. Decades ago, Kelly wrote architectural criticism for a weekly Atlanta newspaper, and his interest in natural and built environments is readily apparent in the photos he has been taking for SaportaReport.

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