The Pullman yard is a The 27-acre historic site, currently under construction, is being developed as a “Creative City" featuring state-of-the-art production facilities, residential properties, restaurants/bars, entertainment venues for music and theater, hiking trails and bike paths traversing the expansive property designed to showcase the beauty and historical significance of the space.

Drive-In Double Screening

7:15pm // 9:15pm

presented in partnership with Participant’s John Lewis : Good Trouble Social Impact Campaign

In association with The Atlanta Film Festival

Join us at the drive-in to share how you plan to make good trouble and go to to support communities in Georgia impacted by voter suppression so that everyone can have equal and safe access to the ballot box this year.





Alongside the release of the film JOHN LEWIS: GOOD TROUBLE, which chronicles the life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis, Participant launched the Good Trouble Campaign to educate audiences about voting rights around the country and encourage them to participate in civic engagement efforts that address specific challenges many voters face and empower disenfranchised communities to fully participate in our democracy.

Poster Art Show

5:00pm - 10:00pm

We Are Their Legacy

curated by Fabian Williams

Honoring John Lewis and the Freedom Riders that rode interstate buses into the segregated South in 1961, 60 years ago. Their bravery fueled the Civil Rights Movement and their legacy lives through us today.

Featured Artists

Jonathan Wright

Patricia Hernandez



Tara Sullivan


Courtney Brooks




Joe Dreher




Erin Clark


Daniel Curran


Chefs Market

5:00pm - 10:00pm

Presented by Pullman Yard

Open air event show showcasing Atlanta’s top chefs and rising culinary stars. Open to the public.

Socially distanced food vendors and tables.

Featuring chefs such as 8-arm, Abby Singer, Octopus Bar, Kamayan, Foodcation Forever, Nunu Cupcakes etc…

CivicGeorgia will be on-site registering voters and providing voter information and guidance.

CivicGeorgia strives to amplify the voice, frequency, and impact of these community-led efforts for progress. We act to achieve equity and justice through and in civic & community engagement.

VOTE! For John Lewis

John Lewis is a civil-rights icon who dedicated his life to the never ending fight for social justice. He was the personification of “walking the walk.”

This campaign is a tribute to John Lewis' legacy and a continuation of his life's work.

In his words, "I have been beaten, my skull fractured, and arrested more than forty times so that each and every person has the right to register and vote. Do your part. Get out there and vote like you’ve never voted before."

For the past 33 years he proudly served in the US House of Representatives for Georgia's 5th congressional district... But this year, the first time since 1986, Georgian’s won’t have the opportunity to vote for John Lewis... That's why in 2020 we MUST vote in honor of John Lewis.

This is a citizen-led initiative to spread John Lewis' message across Georgia in the run-up to this historic election in which the “Soul of Our Nation” is at stake.

We hope to increase civic engagement and voter turnout.

Our goal is to raise $30,000 via GoFundMe in order to print, install and distribute:

  • 17 Billboards
  • 170 Yard Signs
  • 170 Vinyl Banners
  • 1,700 Posters

... and more!


(Note: Mr. Lewis served 17 sessions in the U.S. House of Representatives)

In the 2018 midterm elections, there were over 890,000 registered black voters that didn't cast a ballot. Using public voting records we have strategically targeted counties across Georgia that will have the most impact on the upcoming election.

Our call-to-action features the dates for early voting in Georgia (Oct 12-30) which will be essential to increasing overall turnout, minimizing voter suppression and decreasing complications on November 3rd.

Any additional money raised will fund new billboards, yard signs, posters, etc across key counties in Georgia.

Short essay written by John Lewis shortly before his death “Together, You Can Redeem the Soul of Our Nation

Voter Information:

In The Wild

John Lewis (1940 - 2020)

John Lewis was a lifelong champion of social justice, peace and equality.

He served as the Chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) from 1963 to 1966.

He was one of the "Big Six" leaders of groups who organized the 1963 March on Washington.

He was first elected to Congress in 1986 and served for 17 terms in the U.S. House of Representatives.

In 2011 he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama.

He passed away on July 17, 2020 after a six-month battle with cancer.

"I have been beaten, my skull fractured, and arrested more than forty times so that each and every person has the right to register and vote. Do your part. Get out there and vote like you’ve never voted before" - John Lewis

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