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Georgia



  • There’s A Long History Behind Stacey Abrams

    Historian Martha S. Jones places Stacey Abrams's political leadership in Georgia in the historical context of Black women's political organizing and activism. 



  • Georgia’s Political Shift – a Tale of Urban and Suburban Change

    by Jan Nijman

    If Georgia is demographically and politically becoming unlike neighboring Republican strongholds like Alabama and Tennessee, it has, in some respects, moved in a similar direction as Arizona, where the two major metropolitan regions of Phoenix and Tucson make up over 80% of the state’s population, and where Democrats have improved their standing in recent years.



  • Ahmaud Arbery Holds Us Accountable

    by Jim Barger

    Nobody belonged to the salt marshes of coastal Georgia more than Ahmaud Arbery. His family’s roots there run more than 200 years deep. A native of those same marshes writes about who Ahmaud was, how well he was loved, and what his community must reckon with in the wake of his murder.



  • Gentrification and African American History

    In this podcast, Melanie Pavich discusses the research and service-learning based courses for undergraduate students she developed centered on the study of African American communities and schools in coastal Georgia.



  • $500,000 Federal Grant Awarded to Former “Americus Colored Hospital”

    The National Park Service and Historic Preservation Fund awarded the grant to an Americus preservation group to create a new civil rights museum in the original building of a Jim Crow-era hospital that served the black population of southwest Georgia.