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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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  1. ATLpeace March 30, 2018 1:35 pm

    Greetings from Atlanta: City of Peace.
    Hello Mr. Jordan.
    Your photo montage of this historic event is VERY inspiring. Photography is a fine field of artistic expression and, tragically, its value is often overlooked. The ARTS, in general, build the health of communities and by default the health of our entire Global Family (what Dr. King called “the Beloved Community”).

    It is imperative that ARTS are supported. May we all remember the wisdom of Dr. Muhammad Yunus, the 2006-Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (and also official part-time resident of Atlanta). On August 28, 2010 – “I Have A Dream” Anniversary – I had the honor of meeting Dr. Yunus in Atlanta and for those who doubt the value of the ARTS, consider what he stated in his speech that day:

    “For social structure,
    the arts and culture
    are the cure.”Report


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