National Human Rights Organization
A Moment of History : 05 LC 98 0880
House Resolution 727
By: Representative Morgan of the 39th
Commending New Order for its outstanding contributions to the Atlanta community; and for other purposes.
WHEREAS, founded in 1992 in Toledo, Ohio, by Mr. Gerald Rose, New Order is a nonprofit human rights organization created "for the people" that strives to assist individuals, businesses, and other organizations with the nonviolent resolution of human rights violations; and
WHEREAS, bringing hope and reassurance to communities across the nation, its members work to resolve and eliminate harassment, racial profiling, and favoritism in the work environment and the school and justice systems; and
WHEREAS, this outstanding advocacy group established its movement in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 24, 2000, and, since that time, has been working diligently to guide young people towards a more successful and constructive future; and
WHEREAS, through such activities as conducting a youth intervention meeting, speaking at Metro Atlanta youth detention centers, and encouraging students to do their best in school and always reach for their highest dreams, this organization has made a significant impact on the Atlanta community, and it is highly fitting and proper that the hard work and dedication of its many members be recognized appropriately.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES that the members of this body join in commending New Order for its exemplary dedication to human rights and to improving the lives of Georgia's youth.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clerk of the House of Representatives is authorized and directed to transmit an appropriate copy of this resolution to New Order.
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