The Bulldog Unity 5K is a Running race in Atlanta, Georgia consisting of a 5K.
Booker T. Washington High School, the first black public high school built in Atlanta was constructed in the 1920s during the city's major school building program. It was, and still is, an important cultural institution in the black community. The school opened in 1924, 52 years after public education started in Atlanta. It remained the only black high school in the city until 1947.
The ANNUAL BULLDOG UNITY 5K RUN & /1Mile WALK will both start at the Lifting the Veil of Ignorance statue in front of Washington High School and proceed down historic streets named after Civil Rights icons such as Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Joseph LoweryKeep Reading
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