Mokah Jasmine Johnson | HD 117

Mokah Jasmine Johnson was called to activism in response to repeated allegation of discrimination by bars and business owners in Athens. In response she co-founded the Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement to help protect their civil and human rights and create a more inclusive environment. She and her husband have a blended family of 7 children and since moving to Athens she has been an active part of the community working with organizations like the Swadeshi Black Market and Co-op to promote minority businesses and founding organizations like VIP Girls that build self-esteem and encourage creativity and mentorship through dance. She will be an advocate for comprehensive criminal justice reform, civil and voting rights, gun violence prevention, and equity, health and economic justice for all.

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