The Atlanta Dream organization believes in equality, diversity and inclusion. Atlanta has a rich history as a central location in the Civil Rights Movement and social reform in our country. We look to empower our coaches, players and front office to be a collective voice in the Atlanta community and beyond, with an emphasis on the causes below.

This page will be updated with more information as the Dream continue their efforts to help fight for social reform.

2020 Unite The Vote Campaign 

When We All Vote

Take the next step to make your voice heard – Register to Vote

Black Lives Matter

The Atlanta Dream stands together arm in arm with our players and the WNBA as we look to educate, amplify and mobilize for action in Atlanta and around the country.

Two of our most visible players, Renee Montgomery & Tiffany Hayes, have chosen to sit out the 2020 season to make a different by focusing their time on Social Justice issues.

Learn more about the Renee Montgomery Foundation here.

Renee hosted an NBA2k John Lewis Good Trouble HBCU Takeover.
Renee participated in the EmpowHER by Lady Ballers discussion hosted by the Atlanta Hawks 

2020 Census

The 2020 Census counts every person living in the United States and five U.S. Territories. Make sure YOU are counted by clicking here.

Diversity & Inclusion

The Atlanta Dream stands with the Atlanta LGBTQ community and is consistently looking to amplify voices and provide a platform.