Selections from "On Second Thought," Georgia Public Broadcasting

      Before 'Brown V. Board,' Girls And Young Women Led Movement To Desegregate Schools
How A Near-Fatal Injury Inspired One Atlanta Family To Start Shepherd Center, Give Care To Thousands
After Michael, Georgia Farmers 'Can't Walk Away,' But Struggle To Start Over
On 'Omoiyari,' Kishi Bashi Transcends Time — And Politics — With Compassion
How World War I Changed African-Americans' Fight For Equal Rights (Excerpted for national broadcast on NPR)
How Sid And Ann Mashburn Styled Southern Hospitality To Scale
For 'Daily Show' Correspondent Dulcé Sloan, The South Is Not A Punchline
'Portman's America' A Portrait Of The Visionary Who Shaped Atlanta, Redefined Architecture
One Year After 'An American Marriage,' Author Tayari Jones Reflects On Coming Home To Atlanta
Divided Methodists: Church Upholds Ban On Same-Sex Marriage, Openly Gay Clergy
Amid A String Of Rare Cancers In Waycross, Residents Suspect Pollution At The Root
What The National Climate Assessment Means For Rural, Coastal Georgia
The Future Of Transportation Is...The Highway?
To Dad, From Zoe: A Father's Day Interview

The Trace / TIME.com
The Little Superheroes of Townville

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Many Atlanta judges flout state ethics laws — and don’t pay their fines
Georgia lawmaker faces new scrutiny over vow to reject ‘special interest’ money
Newly-elected Georgia House Republican skirts campaign vow

WSB-TV
North Georgia doctor sexually abused patients, still practicing medicine

The Red & Black
Investigation: T.W. Cauthen, associate vice president for student affairs, resigns from UGA
P
hi Kappa Hall repeatedly vandalized
A work in progress: Women's resource website awaits 'campus climate survey' for updates
With a staff of five, EOO does what it can to address sexual assault