Wednesday, March 31, 2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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For this people-centered alliance, the theme "Power in Community" means that together we have the power to co-create sustainable community impact platforms for all community stakeholders. We are igniting the collective community power and social capital to ensure a healthy, thriving, and vibrant community for all. 
The purpose of the "Power in Community" Forum is to:
  • Increase awareness of the South Fulton People-Centered Community Economic Development (SF-PCED) initiative's activities, benchmarks, aims, and objectives
  • Showcase residents lived experiences, voices, and contribution in advancing equitable outcomes in their communities
  • Invite attendees to weigh in on potential strategies, commit to problem-solving, ownership, and future engagement in SF-PCED efforts

This online three-hour Forum hosted by Ubuntu Community Catalyst/SF-PCED in partnership with United Way of Greater Atlanta Brighter Futures South Fulton Initiative will convene residents, vital stakeholders and ,feature information on some of the most promising impactful, and collaborative efforts underway around Behavioral/Mental Health and Housing Affordability.  The selected targeted South Fulton County zip codes are Atlanta - 30315, 30354; College Park - 30337 and East Point - 30344. 


Healthcare Workers
School System Representatives
Law Enforcement
Social Workers

First Responders
Community Stakeholders
Elected and Appointed Officials
Faith-Based Representatives
Volunteer - Civic/Fraternal Group Representatives



Queenie Jordan, Gerontologist, M.C.
Nathaniel Smith, Founder, CEO, Partnership for Southern Equity

Katrina Mitchell, Chief Impact Officer, Kim Addie, Sr. Director, Place-Based Initiatives
and Denise Townsend, Regional Director - Northeast, United Way of Greater Atlanta 

David Gibbs, Sir José Bright, Mary Wilson, Marcais Frazier, Pam Braxton, Charles Releford, Tanya Phillips, Dawn Price, Audrey Wilson, James Prayor

Also Featuring, John Lewis the Trainer

Engaging and Interactive Activities
Breakout Discussions involving Behavioral/Mental Health and Housing Affordability

  • Education - Reducing stigma around mental health
  • Comunity Building - Providing space for residents to engage/improve social capital by participating in events that promote community and mental health.
  • Availability/Accessibility - Connecting residents insured or uninsured to mental health resources.
  • Resident Services - Addressing root causes of housing insecurity (support & resources for households).
  • Housing - Fulfilling the demand for affordable housing in South Fulton (affordable housing development).
  • Community Building for Housing Affordability

The Big Reveal
What's Behind The Curve? (Introducing the Community Scorecard)
ForSouthFulton (New Virtual South Fulton Community Social Platform)
Spoken Word Competition Winners (Celebrating Power in Community Poetry winners)
Are We There Yet? (Next Steps & How to Get Involved)

Door Prizes and Fun...

JOIN US! The Event is Free but Registration is Required
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