Phillip Rush: Media coverage roundup

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imageWith a community gathering set for Friday 6 p.m. to remember Phillip Rush, we took a look at the media coverage of the veteran gay activist who died this week.

Facebook: Friends are sharing their memories of Rush on his Facebook page.

Project Q Atlanta: We broke the news of his surprising death Tuesday and first reported plans for today’s gathering.

Southern Voice: Activist Phillip Rush remembered for “creating communities.”

Saporta Report: Veteran Atlanta business journalist Maria Saporta offers her thoughts on Rush, including the last time she talked with him.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Phillip V. Rush, 55, worked to form support organization for gay youth.

Creative Loafing: Phillip Rush, longtime Atlanta community activist, dies.


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