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Providing food is part of the mission for South Bend Commons, from protests to COVID-19

"The South Bend Commons was really founded for moments like these," say Sean Wolters and Juliet Jordan, two members of the South Atlanta community-led organization. "Our collective was founded with the idea that building and fighting go hand-in-hand."

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Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is ordering some reform initiatives for APD officers, including reporting use of deadly force to a citizens review board, asking officers to intervene if they see another officer using unnecessary force, and requiring officers to use de-escalation techniques before deadly force. [WABE]

The Georgia General Assembly reconvened its 2020 session yesterday after pausing in March due to COVID-19, with 11 working days left to determine this year's bills and budget. A bipartisan hate-crimes legislation is among the priorities, with House Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) urging the Senate to pass the bill. [AJC]

Kennesaw City Council members voted Monday to remove the Confederate battle flag from a war memorial on Main Street. [AJC]



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Atlanta’s 50 Best Restaurants: Takeout Edition

Restaurants have been slowly re-opening their dining rooms and patios. But takeout is still widely available at many of Atlanta's best eateries. Here are 50 suggestions from across the metro.