Increase awareness of African American history in Candler Park, Atlanta.
Research this history with others, including descendant families.
Place interpretative Legacy Markers at key African American sites in the neighborhood.
Our mission supports community-based education & restorative justice work in the Early Edgewood-Candler Park neighborhood.
Our mission is to respectfully reconnect historic stakeholders and today's citizens by listening, learning, and documenting the African American community in Early Edgewood-Candler Park.
Awesome Volunteers Rally to Install New Legacy Markers in Candler Park, August 2014. Click here.
Drawing by Bill Nichols
The Old Stone Church at 470 Candler Park Drive, Atlanta, was
hand-built by Antioch East Baptist Church members, 1918 to 1922.
Welcome to the Early Edgewood-Candler Park
BiRacial History Project's website.
Our mission supports community-based education and restorative justice work in Candler Park, Atlanta, GA.
Early Edgewood-Candler Park was home to hundreds of African American residents from the 1870s to the 1980s.
In today's Candler Park, we are working together to reclaim the little-remembered African American history of the neighborhood. Centered in respect, fellowship and education, the History Project's community partners stand together with research, personal narratives, and cultural programs to bring this inclusive information into public awareness.