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The [[Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America]]  Afro-Socialists' first event, the Black Power Bowl, drew this great crowd to a get-together at the Phillip Rush Center, Feb. 4. 2018. Attendees included South Fulton Councilman [[Khalid Kamau]]; MADSA officer [[Erin Parks]]; BLM and [[Rise Up]] activist [[Dawn O'Neal]]; attorney and [[Atlanta NAACP]] Vice-President [[Gerald Griggs]]; attorney and political commentator [[Anoa Changa]]; and representatives of several other organizations, educators, and small business owners. The group came together for a moment of fellowship and trivia fun. Councilman khalid explained on FB:  "#SuperBowl quarterback with a multimillion-dollar #NFL contract, took a knee — not just for a game, but an entire season — and brought a national conversation about police brutality and the #BlackLivesMatter movement into the homes of Americans desperate to avoid it. And when the NFL, in retaliation, stripped him of his career, it sparked an #NFLBoycott that cost the league 2 MILLION viewers. Around the country, #NFLBlackOut parties & protests are creating networks of new activists."<ref>[http://www.dsa-atlanta.org/afro_socialists_black_power_bowl_was_powerful Afro-Socialists Black Power Bowl Was Powerful! posted by BARBARA JOYE | 24.80sc February 08, 2018]</ref>
 
The [[Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America]]  Afro-Socialists' first event, the Black Power Bowl, drew this great crowd to a get-together at the Phillip Rush Center, Feb. 4. 2018. Attendees included South Fulton Councilman [[Khalid Kamau]]; MADSA officer [[Erin Parks]]; BLM and [[Rise Up]] activist [[Dawn O'Neal]]; attorney and [[Atlanta NAACP]] Vice-President [[Gerald Griggs]]; attorney and political commentator [[Anoa Changa]]; and representatives of several other organizations, educators, and small business owners. The group came together for a moment of fellowship and trivia fun. Councilman khalid explained on FB:  "#SuperBowl quarterback with a multimillion-dollar #NFL contract, took a knee — not just for a game, but an entire season — and brought a national conversation about police brutality and the #BlackLivesMatter movement into the homes of Americans desperate to avoid it. And when the NFL, in retaliation, stripped him of his career, it sparked an #NFLBoycott that cost the league 2 MILLION viewers. Around the country, #NFLBlackOut parties & protests are creating networks of new activists."<ref>[http://www.dsa-atlanta.org/afro_socialists_black_power_bowl_was_powerful Afro-Socialists Black Power Bowl Was Powerful! posted by BARBARA JOYE | 24.80sc February 08, 2018]</ref>
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==People's Congress of Resistance endorsers==
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[[Party for Socialism and Liberation]] - PSL, August 9, 2017;
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Conveners, and Endorsers (organizations and individuals) of the [[People's Congress of Resistance]] as of August 9, 2017 included [[Anoa Changa]],  Deputy Director, [[MPACT]].
  
 
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Anoa J. Changa is part-time volunteer staff with Brand New Congress. She is also a contributor to the Benjamin Dixon Show, and hosts of the weekly progressive talk show The Way with Anoa.

She is an attorney in the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan area. She is the proud mother of two. Anoa holds a Master in City and Regional Planning from The Ohio State University as well as a Juris Doctorate from West Virginia University College of Law where she was a W.E.B Dubois fellowship recipient. Aside from her life as an attorney, Anoa is a growing presence in the world of independent progressive media. She is an editor at large for the Progressive Army Blog. [1]

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest

In February, 2010, Anoa Changa (2009), JD West Virginia University College of Law, BA Ohio State University, was Staff Counsel, 2009 Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellow, on the Staff of the Chicago based Business and Professional People for the Public Interest.[2]

Brand New Congress

in 2016 Anoa Changa was a board member of Brand New Congress.

Afro-Socialists Black Power Bowl

The Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America Afro-Socialists' first event, the Black Power Bowl, drew this great crowd to a get-together at the Phillip Rush Center, Feb. 4. 2018. Attendees included South Fulton Councilman Khalid Kamau; MADSA officer Erin Parks; BLM and Rise Up activist Dawn O'Neal; attorney and Atlanta NAACP Vice-President Gerald Griggs; attorney and political commentator Anoa Changa; and representatives of several other organizations, educators, and small business owners. The group came together for a moment of fellowship and trivia fun. Councilman khalid explained on FB: "#SuperBowl quarterback with a multimillion-dollar #NFL contract, took a knee — not just for a game, but an entire season — and brought a national conversation about police brutality and the #BlackLivesMatter movement into the homes of Americans desperate to avoid it. And when the NFL, in retaliation, stripped him of his career, it sparked an #NFLBoycott that cost the league 2 MILLION viewers. Around the country, #NFLBlackOut parties & protests are creating networks of new activists."[3]

People's Congress of Resistance endorsers

Party for Socialism and Liberation - PSL, August 9, 2017;

Conveners, and Endorsers (organizations and individuals) of the People's Congress of Resistance as of August 9, 2017 included Anoa Changa, Deputy Director, MPACT.

References