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Guide to the AJC’s inauguration coverage


Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th president Friday.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will have eight staffers on the ground in D.C. to document the events of this historic weekend. Starting with the Wreath Laying on Thursday afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery, our team will bring you live coverage of all the major moments from Inauguration Day and the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday. Check ajc.com and myajc.com for updates, and follow us on Twitter at @GAPoliticsNews or on Facebook.

MORE: Inauguration Day 2017 live updates

Some of our reporters are already in Washington. Our team in D.C. includes:

Washington correspondent Tamar Hallerman lives in D.C. You can follow her on Twitter at @ajconwashington

Political reporter Greg Bluestein. You can follow him on Facebook and on Twitter at @bluestein

Multimedia specialist and digital coach Jennifer Brett. You can follow her on Facebook and on Twitter at @JenBrettAJC

Data specialist Jeff Ernsthausen. You can follow him at @JeffErnsthausen

Videographer Ryon Horne. You can follow him on Twitter at @ryonhorne and on Instagram.

Multimedia photojournalist Hyosub Shin on Twitter at @ilovefoto and on Instagram. 

Reporter Maureen Downey will be traveling to Washington with a group of Georgians going to the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday. You can follow her on Twitter at @AJCGetSchooled

Photo intern Henry Taylor will also be covering the weekend’s events for the AJC. You can follow him on Instagram.


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