khalid for South Fulton, GA

Featured The Nation, Jacobin Magazine and other national media, Councilman khalid — America's first #BlackLivesMatter organizer elected to public office — is leading a generation of young activists from protest to politics in South Fulton, GA: Atlanta's new twin city & the Blackest City in America.

Since being elected in 2017, khalid has lead a Progressive coalition of Councilmembers to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour, decriminalize less than an ounce of cannabis, "Ban the Box" on job applications, created a Blighted Property Legal Fund to take on slum landlords, regulated single-use plastics, made South Fulton Georgia's first city to abolish Columbus Day and one of the first in the nation to make Election Day a Holiday, and pass Resolutions opposing ICE Detention Centers and Georgia's "Forced Birthing" Bill.


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