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Torrence Studios

Torrence Studios Photography, Fine Art & Film Studio Located in the Heart of Atlanta

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Trarell Torrence (Photographer) Call 404.931.4510 To schedule your shoot today.
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Trarell Torrence (Photographer) Call 404.931.4510 To schedule your shoot today.

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75 Bennett Street NW
Atlanta, GA
30309

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Thank you to the Atlanta Voice for the opportunity to share information. I am grateful and honored to be featured by one of the country’s leading publications. I’m further thankful for its rich history of forward movement for the African-American community since 1966.

Check out the full interview and be sure to leave a comment on their YouTube page.

Final thanks to Torrence Studios Kareen Thomas and Dakoro for making the interview experience so amazing! MUA: Andrea Powe



https://www.theatlantavoice.com/articles/power-chat-with-pr-executive-clorissa-thomas/
I ran for Mayor because I love our community. I am grieving the inability to gather, especially right now. Our community benefits from its rich diversity and nowhere is that more apparent than at our city-wide events. At concerts, movies, and festivals, the joy of people of all racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds being together is always palpable. Those events bind us together as a community.

Yesterday, Lydia Wells, a graduate of Dunwoody High School, organized a peaceful social distance daylong protest in Dunwoody. The protest began at 8 AM with a large handful of attendees and finished around 4:30 with close to 600 participants. The crowd was racially and ethnically diverse, mostly younger, with many local students in attendance.

Please take a look at these photos from Torrence Studios https://torrencestudios.pixieset.com/dunwoodyprotest/ that were taken for the Atlanta Voice. I have struggled to find the words to describe yesterday. These images tell part of the story.

There was a second, smaller protest, in the Village, with energized young families. Working together, we can all be the change we need.

As a city, we have always taken our responsibility to protect and defend all of our citizens equally very seriously. A year ago, Dunwoody became one of the first cities in Georgia to pass a non-discrimination ordinance. Additionally, through our legislative agenda, we have urged the passage of a state wide hate crimes bill. But knowing there is more that we can do locally, I am beginning conversations with members of our community about what more we can do. I know that we must do the work to ensure there is a better tomorrow for all of us.

I want to thank our Dunwoody Police Department for the excellent work they did, when instigators (not protesters) tried to cause trouble here overnight on Friday. I am grateful for the support we received from our neighboring cities. And am grateful for the work they continue to do to keep us all safe. I hope you will take a minute to read this statement from our police chief, shorturl.at/wGX15.

Please continue to take every opportunity to share kindness and love, including wearing your face masks in our places of business so that we can continue to protect each other from the still-present pandemic.
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