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The Results Are In: Councilwoman Archibong is the Only Qualified Candidate in the Atlanta City Council, District 5 Race


The Committee for a Better Atlanta (CBA) issued scores for all of the City of Atlanta races. 

The CBA found, after interviewing both District 5 candidates, that Natalyn Mosby Archibong is the only qualified candidate in the District 5 race.

Candidate scores are based on written questionnaires and in-person interviews, covering topics including: public safety, financial competence, ethics/transparency, transportation, affordable housing and arts, among others. CBA does not endorse any candidates.

The Committee for a Better Atlanta (CBA) is a nonpartisan business coalition that has been scoring candidates running for mayor, city council, and Fulton County Commission for decades.

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Councilwoman Archibong Supports Unity Rally for Diversity and Inclusion

Atlanta Daily World

By: Roz Edward, Michigan Chronicle Managing Editor

Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Atlanta City Council District 5 Candidate

Atlanta City Councilmember Natalyn Archibong will join the East Atlanta Community Association and community residents for a unity rally in support of Asma Elhuni, a young Muslim American harassed in a local coffee shop in the East Atlanta Village.

Elhuni, 39, is a Georgia State University political science graduate student and a legislative intern for State Rep. Brenda Lopez. She also happens to wear a hijab.

The rally comes after a taped encounter between Elhuni and Rob Koehler of Columbus, GA, at a local coffee shop in the East Atlanta Village. As she sat at her laptop computer, Koehler began photographing Elhuni. She said that at first she tried to ignore the man. When questioned about his motives, Koehler allegedly said derogatory words to Elhuni. He also asked if she had a green card.

The rally which takes place at the East Atlanta Village Farmers Market, 561 Flat Shoals Ave SE., will feature special presentations, words of hope and encouragement, poetry and acknowledgements by several community leaders and stakeholders. Councilmember Natalyn Archibong, who’s council district the event will take place in, has played an integral role in supporting and creating an atmosphere of inclusiveness and tolerance in the East Atlanta community. She has worked tirelessly to ensure that incidents such as these are exposed, addressed and become a thing of the past.

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