People spoke of the terror attacks as an act of war that warranted a strong military response. Many said the United States should stand beside that effort with France.
“We have to form a coalition much more stringent than we have,” said Russell Hodges Jr., a retired Marine who lives in Conyers.
Others, though, said they wanted more efforts put to peace.
“I’m a pacifist. Certainly I want the perpetrators caught and stopped. But I think we should focus on the healing,” said Rachel Norwood, 51, of Tucker.