We all saw history made as two Democrats won in the Georgia Senate runoff election. But there’s a deeper and longer organizing story here. And like we do after any campaign, win or lose, we wanted to take a bit of space to debrief.
So, Kat Macías, JOIN’s Communication and Outreach Officer, sat down with Rabbi Joshua Lesser, an Atlanta rabbi with a long history of social justice leadership in the state, to talk as two Georgians about how this win came to be and what organizing lessons we can learn here. Stay tuned for Kat’s reflection at of the conversation at the end.