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Check out #atlantadailyworld article by @royalteeatl photo credit #TerryShropshire and see who attended @barbershopmovie and what @mayorkasimreed did for @icecube and @cedrictheentertainer #Barbershop #thenextcutp

#ClientPress - #AtlantaDailyWorld features @mbaratlanta 1 year anniversary & Men Of Prestige Toast powered by #Remy ~ @botchey @xavier_peoples

When you have an in class assignment, and you just so happen to see your face on the 1st Black Newspaper of your hometown. #AtlantaDailyWorld #ThatsBigggg

By far one of my favorite writers whose words just captivates my soul. I am humbly Thank you for the words you put together to describe mushiya @royalltee #atlantadailyworld #cuttingit #wetv #teammushiya

Interesting #read by #atlantadailyworld. Basically they are saying Trump is committed to funding hbcus citing their importance while acknowledging in 2009 Obama cut funding by 73 million for hbcus. Any thoughts?

Be sure to pick up a copy of the most recent issue of #AtlantaDailyWorld to learn more about my current pursuit of term limits for #Atlanta. Free around the city, Feb 16-22, issue. #CLAYfor3

#PACEwithpros would like to thank everyone who came out to support our event at the Museum Bar. Happy birthday to all the libras and special thanks to @rollingout #NEOsoul #terricrews @urbaneliottv #TerryShropshire of #atlantadailyworld for covering and publishing the articles video and photos. We appreciate you.

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Story I write for #atlantadailyworld last week. Forgot to post it. Been busy covering #atlanta as usual. #journalism #reporter #lovewhatido

My latest piece for Atlanta Daily World on the Publications move back to daily news reporting #atlantadailyworld #atlanta #writersofinstagram #news

Freedom of the press is not just a right, it's a great story just two doors down ... #constellations #sweetauburn #atlantadailyworld

Happy to return to #AuburnAvenue it's been some time since being a #popup Civil Bikes will join a new #coworking community called @constellations.community for "purpose-driven ... doing good work and striving to make a positive difference." We are a "Star Grant" recipient, the community launched on Monday at #eclipse and will open Spring 2018.
There is a longer story of #happiness and will share, very thankful for friends who bring connections to life! Equally thankful for friends who've offered space to Civil Bikes, @thespindleatl @nexatlanta @wecycleatlanta needed to be in the ❤ of #SweetAuburn strategically located to be easily accessible to all communities. Next door to both @ApexMuseum @aarlprogram @CondessaCoffee aka #AtlantaDailyWorld #AtlantaLife
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DYK on this day in #MoorHistory365 that August 5, 1928 marks the founding of the #AtlantaDailyWorld. #WilliamAlexanderScottII, age 26, founded the company, the first successful #Alkebulan #AbyaYala daily #newspaper in the United States. When The Daily World was founded there was only one other #Moor #paper in the #Atlanta area, The Atlanta Independent, which shut down in 1933. Scott hired agents to solicit subscriptions door-to door and used newsboys, and by 1930, the Atlanta Daily World was one of the most widely circulated black newspapers in the Deep South. The Atlanta Daily World became a daily newspaper in 1932. On February 4, 1934, William Alexander Scott was shot and killed while walking from his garage. No one was ever convicted of his murder. His brother, Cornelius Adolphus Scott, subsequently became the head of The Daily World. Under his leadership, the newspaper adopted a more conservative, Republican position, reflecting C. A. Scott's political views. The Atlanta Daily World was one of the first newspapers to report on "Black on Black" crimes. It also encouraged African- Americans to patronize Black owned businesses and, in the 1940s, sponsored voter registration efforts. During the Civil Rights era, The Daily World was criticized for not supporting sit-ins staged at several white-owned restaurants in downtown Atlanta.
Scott reasoned that African Americans would more effectively improve their situation by working towards ending segregation in education, obtaining political and voting influence, and improving their economic situations rather than engaging in this form of protest. Scott retired from The Atlanta Daily World in 1997, at the age of 89. He had been the editor, publisher, and general manager for 63 years. On August 14, 1997, his great niece, Alexis Scott Reeves, was named #publisher. #luvmor #love #melanin

August 3 1928 marks the first black newspaper company The Atlanta Daily that was founded by William A. Scott, III. ✊🏽📰

Black restaurant week and sisters exercising their 2nd amendment rights. #atlantavoice #atlantadailyworld

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Our amazing founder, Cashawn Myers is a true leader of the urban agriculture movement and Atlanta Daily World had a lot to say about the impact he continues to have on Atlanta! You can check out the article on their website at atlantadailyworld.com! Thank you for being an inspiration to us all!
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“I grew up in Woodbine, Ga., in a rural farming area and did not appreciate how I grew up until I left for college at FAMU and began to get more into my health as well as studying of my African roots,” he said. “This led me to want to eat better so as not to minimize the health challenges that I saw many of my older relatives have based on their diet. As I learned more about my African history, I saw growing food not only as a mechanism for better health, but also as a form of resistance and liberation for people of African descent. And to change the narrative that many people of African descent living in America associate with farming as something that is akin to slavery, but instead that it is an act of liberation.”-Cashawn Myers #HABESHAinc #growyourownfood #urbanfarming #urbanagriculture #westside #westend #historicdistrict #atlantadailyworld #leaders #liberation #blackexcellence #plantbasedlove@habeshainc

This brother is amazing. Absolutely amazing #repost Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Our amazing founder, Cashawn Myers is a true leader of the urban agriculture movement and Atlanta Daily World had a lot to say about the impact he continues to have on Atlanta! You can check out the article on their website at atlantadailyworld.com! Thank you for being an inspiration to us all! *******************************************"I grew up in Woodbine, Ga., in a rural farming area and did not appreciate how I grew up until I left for college at FAMU and began to get more into my health as well as studying of my African roots,” he said. “This led me to want to eat better so as not to minimize the health challenges that I saw many of my older relatives have based on their diet. As I learned more about my African history, I saw growing food not only as a mechanism for better health, but also as a form of resistance and liberation for people of African descent. And to change the narrative that many people of African descent living in America associate with farming as something that is akin to slavery, but instead that it is an act of liberation.”-Cashawn Myers #HABESHAinc #growyourownfood #urbanfarming #urbanagriculture #westside #westend #historicdistrict #atlantadailyworld #leaders #liberation #blackexcellence #plantbasedlove

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Our amazing founder, Cashawn Myers is a true leader of the urban agriculture movement and Atlanta Daily World had a lot to say about the impact he continues to have on Atlanta! You can check out the article on their website at atlantadailyworld.com! Thank you for being an inspiration to us all!
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“I grew up in Woodbine, Ga., in a rural farming area and did not appreciate how I grew up until I left for college at FAMU and began to get more into my health as well as studying of my African roots,” he said. “This led me to want to eat better so as not to minimize the health challenges that I saw many of my older relatives have based on their diet. As I learned more about my African history, I saw growing food not only as a mechanism for better health, but also as a form of resistance and liberation for people of African descent. And to change the narrative that many people of African descent living in America associate with farming as something that is akin to slavery, but instead that it is an act of liberation.”-Cashawn Myers #HABESHAinc #growyourownfood #urbanfarming #urbanagriculture #westside #westend #historicdistrict #atlantadailyworld #leaders #liberation #blackexcellence #plantbasedlove@habeshainc

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Our amazing founder, Cashawn Myers is a true leader of the urban agriculture movement and Atlanta Daily World had a lot to say about the impact he continues to have on Atlanta! You can check out the article on their website at atlantadailyworld.com! Thank you for being an inspiration to us all!
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“I grew up in Woodbine, Ga., in a rural farming area and did not appreciate how I grew up until I left for college at FAMU and began to get more into my health as well as studying of my African roots,” he said. “This led me to want to eat better so as not to minimize the health challenges that I saw many of my older relatives have based on their diet. As I learned more about my African history, I saw growing food not only as a mechanism for better health, but also as a form of resistance and liberation for people of African descent. And to change the narrative that many people of African descent living in America associate with farming as something that is akin to slavery, but instead that it is an act of liberation.”-Cashawn Myers #HABESHAinc #growyourownfood #urbanfarming #urbanagriculture #westside #westend #historicdistrict #atlantadailyworld #leaders #liberation #blackexcellence #plantbasedlove

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Our amazing founder, Cashawn Myers is a true leader of the urban agriculture movement and Atlanta Daily World had a lot to say about the impact he continues to have on Atlanta! You can check out the article on their website at atlantadailyworld.com! Thank you for being an inspiration to us all!
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“I grew up in Woodbine, Ga., in a rural farming area and did not appreciate how I grew up until I left for college at FAMU and began to get more into my health as well as studying of my African roots,” he said. “This led me to want to eat better so as not to minimize the health challenges that I saw many of my older relatives have based on their diet. As I learned more about my African history, I saw growing food not only as a mechanism for better health, but also as a form of resistance and liberation for people of African descent. And to change the narrative that many people of African descent living in America associate with farming as something that is akin to slavery, but instead that it is an act of liberation.”-Cashawn Myers #HABESHAinc #growyourownfood #urbanfarming #urbanagriculture #westside #westend #historicdistrict #atlantadailyworld #leaders #liberation #blackexcellence #plantbasedlove

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