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Stone Mountain and Burma! Downtown Atlanta – Feb. 3, 2021

Atlanta Stone Mountain Capitol Members of the Stone Mountain Action Coalition pose with Georgia state legislators at the State capitol
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Members of the Stone Mountain Action Coalition pose with state legislators at the Georgia capitol
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An announcement of the February 3, 2020, capitol press conference for House Bills 237 and 238
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State Representative Sandra Scott of Rex looks on as Representative Billy Mitchell of Stone Mountain speaks at the February 3 press conference for House bills 237 and 238. Credit: Kelly Jordan
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State legislators speak at the February 3 press conference for House bills 237 and 238
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Overlooking the February 3 press conference for House bills 237 and 238
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A cameraman at the February 3 press conference for House bills 237 and 238
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A discussion seen at the February 3 press conference for House bills 237 and 238
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A member of the Stone Mountain Action Coalition speaks with legislators at the February 3 press conference for House bills 237 and 238
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Georgia legislators pose with a member of the Stone Mountain Action Coalition
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Teresa Hardy, president of NAACP DeKalb, poses with a member of the Stone Mountain Action Coalition at the Georgia State Capitol
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Seen at the February 3 press conference for House bills 237 and 238 at the Georgia state capitol
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An announcement for the February 3 Free Burma Movement Atlanta Protest in downtown Atlanta
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Demonstrators gather in front of CNN Center for the February 3, 2020, Free Burma Movement Atlanta Protest in downtown Atlanta
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Protestors gather in front of CNN Center for the February 3 Free Burma Movement Atlanta Protest
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Protestors in front of CNN Center during the February 3rd Free Burma Movement Atlanta Protest in downtown Atlanta
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The Free Burma Movement Atlanta Protest is seen through the CNN logo at CNN Center
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Protestors create a sign featuring the image of Burma's leader Aung San Suu Kyi during the Free Burma protest in Atlanta
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Demonstrators march past CNN Center during the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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Protestors hold signs featuring the image of Aung San Suu Kyi at the Free Burma Atlanta protest
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A protestor holds a sign while participating in the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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A protestor in the Free Burma Atlanta protest hold a placard featuring the image of Aung San Suu Kyi
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A protestor at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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A demonstrator at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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Protestors at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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A demonstrator holds a sign at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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Demonstrators at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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Demonstrators at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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A demonstrator at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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A flag seen at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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Demonstrators prepare signs for the Free Burma Atlanta protest
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A demonstrator carries a sign featuring the image of Aung San Suu Kyi at the Free Burma Atlanta protest
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A protestor holds a sign at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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Demonstrators gathered at the Free Burma Atlanta protest on February 3
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A marker placed outside of CNN Center notes the history of the news network that originated in Atlanta
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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