To read the letter supporting the Moore's Ford Bridge re-enactment, click here.
For GABEO's 2013 calendar of events, click here.
With more than 1000 members statewide, GABEO's main focus is on developing programs
which will provide deterrents to violence and crime among youth; promoting voter registration, education and
participation, forming literacy programs to battle the growing problem of illiteracy in the state; securing economic
parity for all Georgians; preserving minority voting strength, and removing the divisive Confederate emblem from
the Georgia state flag. GABEO often works in conjunction with the NAACP, SCLC, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, the Coalition
for a Peoples Agenda and the National Youth Connection on issues vital to the community.
GABEO has come a long way in three decades of service and leadership, and there is still a long way to go.
In the words of Tyrone Brooks: "We've enjoyed more than three decades of public service. Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now !"