Together We Prosper
Highlighting the intersections of equity, growth, and justice across the southeast.
When President John F. Kennedy called on Congress in June 1963 to pass what would eventually become the Civil Rights Act of 1964, he rattled off a string of statistics intended to highlight the nation's continuing racial divide a century after the...read more
On January 20, 2014 thousands of “Dreamers” throughout Metro Atlanta will assemble to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King never stopped asking the question, "What are you doing for others?" Partnership for Southern Equity (PSE) shares...read more
Partnership for Southern Equity mourns the loss of Karen Askew. Karen Askew was a tireless champion for equity in her role as a key community organizer of PSE's regional equity efforts. Cancer may have claimed her body but not her memory. We will miss her greatly....read more
President Barack Obama made a compelling case for equity Thursday as his Washington, DC address. Partnership for Southern Equity invites you to watch, share and discuss the president's speech and continue advocating for equity — from our dining tables and community...read more
JONESBORO — Clayton County Chairman Jeff Turner left little doubt as to which side he sat on the debate over mass transit’s return Thursday. Turner and county Transportation Director Jeff Metarko were panelists at a transportation forum in Riverdale. The other...read more
The Atlanta Braves’ move to Cobb County creates an opportunity for Atlanta officials to adopt a comprehensive community development strategy that is creative, collaborative and inclusive of the five surrounding communities of Turner Field, known for the past 15 years...read more
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