About

The Georgia J20 Coalition is a solidarity-building partnership of local community grassroots organizations and networks, faith-based organizations, and labor unions. The Georgia J20 is led by impacted communities, who know that the growing climate of hatred, bigotry, anti-black racism, Islamophobia, and xenophobia has poisoned our political process and damaged our society’s moral compass. As our nation continues to move toward a more right-wing, corporatist, and exclusive form of leadership, we seek to lift up the concerns of our communities and our neighbors.  We affirm the resilience and self-determination of our people who are the most directly impacted by forces of oppression. We will continue to center our voices and amplify our initiatives. We will organize, strategize, and build unity in our defense and will continue to follow the guidance and leadership of our communities. We seek to create a sanctuary space to support and defend our communities’ human rights from a system rooted in income inequality, white supremacy, racism, and misogyny.  We realize that in unity and solidarity there is strength.

Our Member Organizations 

Atlanta Antifascists, A World Without Police, Black Lives Matter Atlanta, Compassionate Atlanta, the Council on American-Islamic Relations: Georgia Chapter, Create Community 4 Decatur, End New Jim Crow Action Group, Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), Georgia AFL-CIO, Georgia Detention Watch (GDW), Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR), Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition (GPJC), Georgia WAND, Global South Research Consortium, Industrial Workers of the World General Defense Committee (IWW GDC), Interfaith Peace Builders, Jewish Voice for Peace – Atlanta, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM), Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America (MADSA), National Lawyers Guild – Georgia Chapter, Project South, Respetrans -Georgia Chapter, Showing Up for Racial Justice – Atlanta, Solutions Not Punishment Coalition (SNaP-Co), Southerners On New Ground (SONG), United Students against Sweatshops Georgia State University, US Human Rights Network , Workers World Party

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