Citizens attending the Thursday event will participate in round-table breakout sessions facilitated by experts focused in the following four areas:
Citizens will discuss their personal environment as it relates to the above areas, identify concerns or interest, and work collaboratively within their groups to devise solutions to address their needs. At the end of the session, participants will return to the general meeting format, report on their breakout activity and determine next steps for further project engagement.
This project is designed to continue the environmental community initiatives in the District with the goal of assisting citizens to understand what quality looks like and empowering them to work for quality in their community, based on documented research and literature that provides a road map to obtain it.
We encourage our entire city and the media to lend a supportive hand as we devote special time to where we live, and where we hope to play and work one day, as we seek economic development that impacts each of the four outlined areas.
Residents come out and support your community. Media come and find out why your support is needed.
Zion Hill Baptist Church, pastored by Reverend Dr. Aaron L. Parker, is a multi-generational family church fervently serving the community through its motto of “Living to Love and Loving to Serve.”
Atlanta-based GIPL is a not-for-profit organization that engages communities of faith in stewardship of Creation as a direct expression of faithfulness and as a religious response to global climate change, resource depletion, environmental injustice, pollution, and other disruptions in Creation.
The forum is free and open to the public. Questions should be directed to Nakia Romans at firstname.lastname@example.org or 470-809-7704.