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  • Step Forward Candidate Training with Emerge Georgia & Fayette Democratic Women (FREE Sept 18th) Ready to run for office? Want to make a difference in your community? Join Emerge Georgia and the Fayette Democratic Women for a candidate interest meeting and training to give you......

  • What is Juneteenth? Now a Federal Holiday to Recognize the Historic Date of True End to Slavery in the United States? AND NOW JUNETEENTH IS OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED! Jubilee, Freedom Day, Juneteenth Celebration. Thank you Miss Opal Lee for rising from the ashes of your burned......

  • Critical Race Theory – what is it all about? Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been getting a lot of attention recently. This post is to clarify what it is and to clear up some misconceptions about it. Critical Race Theory – what is it all......

  • May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month   The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of Asian......

  • February is the time of year that we pause, reflect, and celebrate the many achievements by African Americans to the world as we know it. The United States is joined by Canada, the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands in honoring and recognizing their contributions. EXCERPT:......

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  • What Do We Look for in a Leader? By Karen Rands   There are all types of leaders that combine to embody what we generally hold as the societal norm of a ‘good leader’. The characteristics are traits we admire and value in leadership that......

  • Hosted by one of our favored advocacy groups, We Are MarchOn Georgia, community leaders and candidates came together for a virtual town hall session to discuss the impact Covid-19 and Georgia’s response to handling the pandemic has impacted People of Color, Native Americans, and the......

  •   Fayette Democratic Women seek to stay connected with our members and community during this time of social distancing and sheltering at home using Zoom for web meetings. Our eboard and committee chairs have been using zoom to continue to conduct business. Our first virtual......

  • Fayette Democratic Women executed on part of their 2020 plan and pledge to engage our community to ensure that as we ‘get out the vote’ every vote will count.  With the introduction of new voting systems, we knew that we had a responsibility to extend......