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Students from Spelman College and Morehouse are speaking out against the planned Atlanta Public Safety facility, which some have dubbed “cop city.” The sprawling training facility has faced controversy for months, with concerns raised about its impact on Atlanta’s natural landscape and the potential for mass militarization of officers in one of the blackest cities in America.

Senior Connect King from Spelman College and Morehouse Junior Calvin Bell have organized discussions on campus and collected petitions from professors openly criticizing the building of the facility.

As people of color and students of color, they want their voices to be heard and elected officials to know they do not feel a sense of protection, particularly when it comes to the hands of police officers.

Despite the challenges, they remain hopeful for their cause.

You can read more about their efforts and the Buckhead City Hood movement online at

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