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  • Central Presbyterian summer series on Finding Justice in Georgia, Sunday, June 12, presents Behind the Walls of Youth Detention Centers in Georgia: A Commissioner SpeaksMichael McNeely, Deputy Commissioner, Dept of Juvenile Justice. In at Atrium at 9:45 a.m. Read more at cpcatlanta.org
  • The goal of the Supportive Housing Tours is to give congregations a first hand look at the model of supportive housing as a solution to homelessness, particularly for those who experience disabilities and mental illness.  The first supportive housing tour will be Tuesday, June 14, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and will begin at Trinity United Methodist Church.  Free validated parking in the public parking deck next to Trinity.  For more information contact Rev. Houston Wheeler, 404-578-5837, revhouston4@bellsouth.net. For more information see supportivehousingassociation.com.
  • The Tool Bank reminds us that we have a newly formed Graffiti Task Force. Taking action is easy! Simply report graffiti sightings via phone or e-mail. And don’t forget – local nonprofits and civic organizations can join the ToolBank to access powerful graffiti removal supplies. Spread the word!  Graffiti Task Force of Atlanta Hot Line 404-546-4288  Graffiti Alert Email graffiti@atlantaga.gov
  • Do not miss this important conference on religion and peacebuilding. Local Peacebuilding and Religion: Context, Practices, and Models June 17-19, 2011, Emory University. For details, visit  ircp.emory.edu/2011 Note that the community talk with Kiran Bedi, Sunday June 19, at 4:30 in Glenn Auditorium, Emory, will be free and open to the public.

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