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Cook Park Dedication – July 7, 2021

Cook Park dedication Atlanta Vine City 2021 A rendering of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood from The Trust for Public Land
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A rendering of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood from The Trust for Public Land
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An announcement of the ribbon cutting for Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo courtesy Kelly Jordan)
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An image of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo courtesy Kelly Jordan)
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Playground equipment at Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo courtesy Kelly Jordan)
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A worker transports balloons at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo courtesy Kelly Jordan)
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The sculptor puts the finishing touches on a statue of Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis at Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo courtesy Kelly Jordan)
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Guests at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo courtesy Kelly Jordan)
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CIty officials photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Ambassador Andrew Young, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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The Lewis family, city officials and Ambassador Andrew Young, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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George Dusenbury of The Trust for Public Land and Bishop John Lewis, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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John Ahmann greets Doug Shipman at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Naomi King and guests at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Supporters of Cook Park, photographed at the Park's dedication in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A guest at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Atlanta Parks and Recreation Department Commissioner John Dargle, photographed with a Parks Department official at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Representative Nikema Williams (GA-5) and Ambassador Andrew Young, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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City Council members join friends, family, and other dignitaries at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in the Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Dignitaries at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms laughs as George Dusenbury speaks at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Ambassador Andrew Young speaks as Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms looks on at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Ambassador Andrew Young look on as Bishop John Lewis speaks at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms greets a guest at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Dignitaries pose for a photo in front of a statue of the late Congressman John Lewis at Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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City Council members and honored guests at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Dignitaries gather for the ribbon cutting of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Ambassador Andrew Young and a guest at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Ambassador Andrew Young and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Family members of Congressman John Lewis, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Denise Vivian Morse, Reverend Gerald Durley, Demetrius Myatt, Bishop John Lewis and Don Rivers, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A team from Historic Westside Gardens, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Byron Amos and a guest, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A community resident is interviewed at the dedication of Cook Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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"Able" Mabel Thomas and Matthew Cardinale, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Reverend Gerald Durley and Don Rivers pose for a photo at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Don Rivers, Denise Vivian Morse, Natalie Hall, and Rev. Gerald Durley, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A trio of guests at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Sandi Edmond of the Atlanta Parks Department and Lisa Baker with the City Department of Public Works, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A guest stands at the John Lewis statue during the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A guest pauses for a photo at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Representatives of the City Watershed Management office, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Former Parks Director Amy Phoung and Sandi Edmond pause for a photo at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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City Council members Michael Julian Bond and Antonio Brown, photographed at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Council member Michael Julian Bond accepts an award at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Concessionaires at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Guests line up at a concessions tent at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A playground at Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A climbing fixture at Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A basketball court at Cook Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A city worker is photographed during the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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The skyline of Atlanta looms behind at the dedication of Cook Park in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An artist's rendering of Cook Park at the dedication of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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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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