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Angel Monument Founder

Georgette Peterson RN

The City of Stonecrest meeting.

Architectural Vision
1st Memorial site in GA

Angel Monument Statuette

The Share Angel

Sandy Springs' Share Angel

An Angel gone to soon.
A father's love.

From the womb to the tomb.

Babyland in Memphis TN
BLM Fist

On People to People TV with Dr. Jackie M2M.

Angel of Glory Monument

Angel of Glory Monument

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 Ancestors cry, "I'm an Angel, too!          Yet, for generations my existence you withhold.

      I'm an Angel, too!  

Birth my reality & watch blessings           from heaven unfold."  g





    The Im a Angel 2 Monument, is the USA's 1st African American angel monument created to promote awareness, provide advocacy, prevent demise, & memorialize  Afrocentric lives gone too soon.

    Being revitalized with a brief & precise new name,  "I'm a Angel 2" .com & .org, invokes longevity, inclusion, & insight. For social, networking, & marketing, ImaAngel2 is a welcomed transition to our Angel of Glory Monument Project.


   Located in the suburbs of Atlanta, the Im a Angel 2 Monument project, Glorious Solutions, Inc, & the City of Stonecrest's Hillandale Memorial Gardens are giving voices to deceased Black children, regardless of the age or the cause of death.  In a monumental way, we are proclaiming to the world that they are divine, angelic, & not forgotten!    

*  Black babies die 2.5 to 3 times more than any other race, before their 1st birthday.

 *  Black males are 2% of the US population, yet ages 15 to 34 are 21%

of deaths by police using deadly force. Their rate is 5 times more than white men in the same age group.

*  Blacks are 13% of the US population, yet more than all other races combined, are more likely to die prematurely from Covid 19, HIV/AIDS, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney failure, stroke, trauma, breast, & prostate cancer.   

    GSI's Im A Angel 2 Monument project spotlights "harm in the hood", Black maternal & infant mortality awareness, racial injustice, & health disparities.  In 2023, we are focused on advocacy, prevention, & honoring the loss of precious lives in a statuesque tangible way!         

    Why?  Because everybody is somebody's baby!  Regardless of their color, race, religion, age, sex, socio-economic level, health status, education, occupation, residence, or national origin, no matter what.  Without preference, all lives should matter to all of us! 



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