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Collins P. was born and raised in Historic Selma, AL. Selma is widely known as the hotbed of bifocal history— The Voting Rights Movement and the Civil War.
LATEST EVENTS & NEWS
I recently joined my good friend and brother, Sam Sirmons on the latest episode of his podcast, "What Do I Do Now?" talking about SERVICE. Click the flyer to check it out!
I was honored to facilitate a special discussion on the COVID-19 and its effect in the Selma-Dallas County area. Click the flyer to watch the event in its entirety.
I was privileged to speak with Selma Mayor James Perkins, Jr. for a one-on-one conversation regarding his campaign and what's next for the returning mayor.
I was privileged to publish my very first op-ed with The Guardian regarding this hot topic. Click the picture to read the article in full.
I was privileged to interview with the New York Times. You can access that interview by clicking the flyer here.
I was recently featured on a panel of "Tonya's Table Talk." Click the flyer to access the full conversation.
Did you miss the "Sundays with Savannah" event?
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After months of discussion with the media, we felt it was time for the people to respond. Click the flyer to access the Selma Matters Community Town Hall that I moderated.
I weighed in again on the topic of renaming the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Check out my interview with CBS46 Atlanta.
I interviewed with AL.com and was able to weigh in on the hot topic of renaming the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma after Rep. John Lewis. Check out the full interview here!
I am excited to be featured in the latest publication of VoyageATL Magazine. Click the picture to read the article.