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The Martin Luther King Sr. Community Resources Collaborative is an effort to inspire Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn and Old Fourth Ward to tap into the strength, wisdom and vision within their own communities to help families build better lives.

Understanding that a community must build hope before it can achieve results, the collaborative aspires to start a movement – a movement not unlike the one that energized this same community five decades ago.

"Moving beyond charity to real change; a movement toward self sufficiency."

Rev. Dr. Raphael G. Warnock

Rev. Martin Luther King, Sr. was inspired to become a Baptist preacher by the...  (read more)

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City of Atlanta 

Capitol city of the "Peach State"

The City of Atlanta is home to well over 4,000,000.  It is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, and since the 1996 Olympics, the city has continued to grow in both numbers and diversity.

 

According to the Atlanta Visitor's Bureau, "the city's racial diversity is greater than the nation as a whole. Atlanta is also younger than the U.S. population with an average age of 34 compared to 36 for the population as a whole. More than 35 percent of those who moved here from 2000 – 2004 came to Atlanta from a different state. The largest percentage of people came from New York and New Jersey."

 

Atlanta has found its place among the top 10 US Cities for degrees earned and the number of students enrolled in colleges and universities.  The city has a host of schools ranging from historically Black colleges in Atlanta to Atlanta technical colleges to top research institutions to schools of art, medicine and theology. The region ranks top 10 among U.S. metros in students enrolled, research spending and degrees earned.

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