Michael Julian Bond
Graphic Artist; Consultant; Elected Official
American Diabetes Assn; Atlanta Metro YMCA; Leadership Atlanta; Regional Leadership Institute; NAABAR Temple #128; NAACP; St. James #4 Prince Hall Lodge; Westside Future Fund Board
Post One At-Large, Atlanta City Council
I believe in my hometown of Atlanta–her causes, purpose and promise–and I remain committed to serving the people of Atlanta as an elected official & community advocate. There’s more work to be done to make our city equitable for all citizens and I want to continue fighting for these necessary advancements.
My experience as an elected official affords me extensive and practical government knowledge. As a proven elected leader, I will build on my previous public service accomplishments for the betterment of all Atlantans.
My record of historic investments in underserved neighborhoods, fighting for environmental justice, public safety and housing best qualify me. I can take office in 2022 without a need for training.
Effective public safety & community-based policing; affordable & workforce housing
Without casting aspersions upon predecessors, I have worked to elevate the service I render on behalf of the citizens of Atlanta as a moral and duty-bound calling on my life.
Public Safety; Workforce Housing/Homeless; Environmental Justice (Lead Remediation)
I plan to push for the implementation of the Public Safety Parks Plan (VIC cameras, dedicated officers-standardized patrols); surplus properties for affordable housing initiative; and sustainability initiatives that I have already authorized through legislation.