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‘The message is that we are all together’: Cop City movement has taken on many lives, one message

Atlanta City Hall was full of energy the morning of Monday, June 5, with hundreds of protestors, sign-wielders, flute players (yes, there were two ladies playing the flute) and people lining up to speak during the public comment section of that day’s city council meeting. A “Stop Cop City” rally took place that morning and brought people to the city’s seat of power to voice a myriad of concerns, some of which were even the construction of a police and fire training facility in DeKalb County, the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, otherwise known as “Cop City.”

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