Photos from Joshua Rashaad McFadden
ACP's effort with Austin inspired “Everyday Atlanta,” a year-long affair, and this first phase involving TCHS & Riverwood will be followed by more public projects this summer and fall.
This past weekend, Austin was in town for the presentation of the final project from both schools, and for a public talk (and booksigning) about Everyday Africa (& the forthcoming Everyday Atlanta) at Midtown Arts Cinema.
Tri-Cities posted their final project on YouTube, and we encourage you to take a look.
We'd like to say a big thank you to Wells Fargo, to ACP Board President Barbara Griffin, the intrepid Mary Stanley, and the whole ACP team who's volunteered with this amazing project; Joshua Rashaad McFadden, Rachel LaCour Niesen, Billy Howard, Allen Cooley and Candice Greathouse; the two teachers, Chris Sandlin from Tri-Cities and Lana Ensmann from Riverwood; Peter Dicampo and Austin Merrill from Everyday Africa; and of course, the students from Tri-Cities & Riverwood!
Thank you, all!