Killer Mike and DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond have teamed up to encourage metro-Atlanta youth to take social distancing a little more seriously now that the state's stay at home orders have been lifted.
"Stay at home if you can. Mask up if you cant," advises the veteran artist and activist.
Dekalb's CEO Thurmond launched a $200,000 campaign targeting the city's youth through radio, billboards, and print ads.
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