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As reported by the AJC, "Suppressed" profiles African-American voters who were denied casting a ballot, including a U.S. Army officer, an Emory University student and a retired teacher.
The film is from Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films, a nonprofit advocacy group based in Culver City, California.
South Fulton’s screening will be at Welcome All Park, 4255 Will Lee Road, starting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
In attendance will be Georgia Sen. Nikema Williams, D-Atlanta, along with state Reps. Derrick Jackson, D-Tyrone, and William Boddie, D-East Point, and South Fulton Councilwoman Helen Z. Willis.
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"I'm fully committed to ensuring residents have an opportunity to exercise their rights to vote in an equitable democracy," Willis said in a news release. "This movie highlights some irregularities in the last election cycle and gives residents an opportunity to learn about the new voting machines."
East Point will have voting machine demonstrations at each of its screenings.
The Thursday screening at 6:30 p.m. will feature East Point Councilman Joshua Butler, Sen. Williams and Rep. Kim Schofield, D-Atlanta, at East Point Fire Station No. 3, which is located at 3800 North Commerce Drive. Residents should RSVP online.
The Feb. 13 screening will have Schofield and Fulton County Commissioner Joe Carn at East Point City Hall, 2757 East Point St., at 6:30 p.m.
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