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Clarkston Speaks, Education & Diversity

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“Clarkston Speaks, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”

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Clarkston Speaks, Civic Engagement

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Clarkston Speaks, Food Supply & Demand

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Clarkston Speaks, The History of Clarkston & Diversity

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Clarkston Speaks, Health Care Policies & Awareness

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Doing Business in Clarkston & DeKalb County

“Doing Business in Clarkston & DeKalb County” was the topic of discussion among guests, (Seated, L-R) Rapid Tax Accounting & Income Tax Services Owner,Leake Malde, Holt Darns, Part-Owner and Manager of Exit 40 Café, Ray Gilley,President of Decide DeKalb, Anna Henderson, Owner of HA Office 515, Inc. andPast President of Georgia Black Chamber of Commerce, (Standing, L-R) ClarkstonSpeaks host, Shawanna Qawiy, Barak Gibson a Georgia Greater Black Chamber ofCommerce Board Member and Keith Barker, City Manager for the City of Clarkston.  
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“Clarkston Speaks, Minority Youth Violence & Prevention”

(Standing, L-R) Shawanna Qawiy, welcomes guests Brandi Whitney, Minority Youth Violence Prevention Program Managing Coordinator for the DeKalb County Board of Health, (Seated, L-R) Ava Morton, Manager, Positive Growth, Inc., Clarkston Police Sgt. Chris Manos, and Clarkston Community Center Program Director, Justine OKello, into the Sagal Radio studio to discuss and increase awareness of the City of Clarkston sponsored Minority Youth Violence Prevention programs (Dare2BeAware and Life Skills Coping); as well as, youth violence prevention strategies and tactics in Clarkston and DeKalb County.
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“Clarkston Speaks, Building Civility & Compassion”

(L-R), Clarkston Speaks Guest Host and Clarkston City Councilwoman, Beverly Burks, welcomes guests Bob Thompson, Leanne Rubenstein and Gunawork Wondimneh with Compassion Atlanta, and Ellen Diehl, 2nd Vice Chair, DeKalb County Republican Party, to discuss “Building Civility & Compassion”. 
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“Clarkston Speaks”, Summer Youth Programs

“Clarkston Speaks”, Summer Youth Programs  (First Row) L-R, Beverly Burks, Guest Host and Clarkston City Council Member, Cindy Bowden, Executive Director, Clarkston Community Center, Claudia Aguilar Rubalcava, Co-Pastor, Hope is Happening, (Second Row) L-R, Josh Davis, Director, Proskuneo School of the Arts, and Doug Friesema, Co-Pastor, Hope is Happening, tell listeners about Summer Youth Programs in the city of Clarkston for 2017.
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