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Clark Atlanta University presents the inaugural Economic Inclusion And Competitiveness Summit on Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23 at the Thomas Cole Research Center on the CAU Campus. Panelists and guests include:   Fulton County Commissioner John Eaves, Metro Atlanta Chamber CEO Hala Moddlemog and many more(see above).   The event will also feature CAU President Ronald A. Johnson, the guiding force behind this summit.   The event focuses on the development of strategies and frameworks to empower under represented people to compete in the innovative economy.

AUC Robert W Woodruff Library

Start Something: Activism and the Atlanta Student Movement records how students from Atlanta University, Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University), The Interdenominational Theological Center, Morris Brown College, Morehouse College and Spelman College joined forces to create the Atlanta Student Movement.  These students developed nonviolent boycotts, sit ins, picket lines and, marches that left Atlanta officials with no choice except to desegregate stores and public facilities.

Jazz 91.9 WCLK is Panther proud to join Clark Atlanta University officials, stakeholders and dignitaries at the Georgia State Capitol for CAU DAY during the 2016 Georgia Legislative Session.   We met old friends, and made some new ones.  We even added new Jazz 91.9 WCLK members!   And, added a dose of Jazz preservation to the agenda for the day under the Gold Dome.   Mark Angel called in and talked about the afternoon of activities with Jamal Ahmad during the SOUL of Jazz.

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Clark Atlanta University will close at 2:00 p.m. today, January 22 because of inclement weather conditions, in particular as it pertains to driving conditions in the outer suburbs of Greater Atlanta.    The University will resume normal operations at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, January 23.  On campus meal service will continue according to normal hours of operation.

Please exercise caution and drive defensively upon your departure from the University.

Their birth names were Atiba, Binta, Hassan...we never knew them.   Yet they intimate their innermost thoughts, fears, yearnings and regrets in Clark Atlanta University Faculty,  Author, Daniel Black's fifth and newest novel, The Coming  (St. Martin's Press, 2015).   This soul-shaking book is so powerful that leaders, clergy and academics nationwide are praising it as a crucial Sankofa moment: an opportunity to learn from the past lessons that must inform the future.

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