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Voices of Change
Voices of Change
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Youth Radio: Emma Alexander
Voices of Change
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Youth Radio: Iris Schaer
Voices of Change
Investor Protection Series- Pt. 1- Identity Theft/Mortgage Fraud
Ryan Gravel, aka the "Father of the Beltline".
Cathy Woolard
Ben Raney
John Sherman
Al Bartell
Beltline Tour
Jim Langford
Sacred People, A World of Change Part 1 Stream
Sacred People, A World of Change Part 2 Stream
Sacred People, A World of Change Part 1
Sacred People, A World of Change Part 2
The Booth Western Art Museum
APS Today September 2005
APS Today October , 2005
BeBe Moore Campbell, author of 72 Hour Hold
Marian Wright Edelman of the CDF speaks at the loudermilk center in Atlanta.
MLK Leadership Breakfast presentation: Diversity Management/Civil Rights - Similarities, Differences and Tensions.
Pat Mitchell of PBS speaks at the Atlanta Press Club.
Recorded at the 2005 National Black Arts Festival
Kai Ryssdal Breakfast
Kai Ryssdal at Emory
The Funeral of Coretta Scott King
NPR's Rob Gifford on China
Ronlyn Domingue, author of The Mercy of Thin Air
Robert Siegel, a senior host of NPR's award-winning evening newsmagazine All Things Considered. His remarks were recorded at the Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia on 17 November 2005.
Saleemah Abdul Ghafur, editor of Living Islam Out Loud: American Muslim Women Speak
Between the Lines
John Hope Franklin
John Hope Franklin
Faith-Based Agencies on Katrina's Lessons, Challenges
Andrew Weil, author of Healthy Aging: A Lifelong guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being
FEMA Makes Visits to Georgia Evacuees
Commandments Could Return to Georgia Courthouses
The Atlanta Craft Mafia Hits Town
Denied Boarding Office Offers Help to Stranded Air Travelers
Nearly Three Months Later, Many Atlanta-Area Evacuees Still Struggle
Hosea Williams Organization Looking For Thanksgiving Volunteers
Franklin Prepares for Second Term as Atlanta's Mayor
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Earnes J. Gaines, author of Mozart and Leadbelly: Stories and Essays
Delta Pilots Rally Ahead of Court Decision
Atlanta's Rising Foreclosure Rates Also Presents Opportunities
Atlanta Communities Looking For Solutions To Mortgage Failure
New Recycling Program Means Business
Mortgage Fraud A Major Factor in Atlana Foreclosure Rates
Atlanta Hosts National Greenbuild Conference
Foreclosure Rates Soar in Metro Atlanta
Secretary Bruce Babbitt, author of Cities in the Wilderness: A New Vision of Land Use in America
Veterans Make Up More Than One-Fourth of Atlanta's Homeless Population
Spelman College Hosts Hip-Hop Week
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First Tee Golf in Atlanta
Bobbie Ann Mason , Author of Atomic Romance
Lois speaks with Marge Harvey of the High Museum of Art
WABE's Lois Reitzes takes a look at the new High Museum of Art in Atlanta.
High Museum Expansion
High Museum Expansion
This Is Atlanta Community
Halloween Traffic No Treat for Atlanta
Geoffrey R. Stone, author of Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime, From the Sedition Act of 1798 to the War on Terrorism
This Is Atlanta Community
John Berendt, author of The City of Falling Angels
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Louise Runyon was the first woman to actually work on the line at Atlantic Steel after World War II. Here, she talks about what her early days were like at the mill, and the racism she observed.
Part two in our look at the history behind Atlantic Steel.
Part one in our look at the history behind Atlantic Steel.
Here, he talks about how he got the job, and what it meant to work at the mill. You can hear his wife, Margaret, laughing at his story in the background.
Vicki Key was the international steel union representative from 1982, until Atlantic Steel closed in 1998.
Dagwood, a man who brought a spirit of community to Atlantic Steel through the homegrown business he ran there.
Andrew Kitchen recalls memories of Atlantic Steel.
This Is Atlanta Community
Last Hurricane Service Center Closes
Book about Hank Williams
Bruce Feiler, author of Where God was Born: A Journey to the Roots of Religion
Georgia Lawmakers Address Winter Heating-Cost Fears
The inaugural event of the 2005-2006 Conversations at the Carter Center features former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, his wife, Rosalynn, in a question-and-answer session.
Study Sees Pros, Cons of Atlanta Beltline
Recently, Marian Wright Edelman spoke at the Loudermilk Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mirta Ojito, author of Finding Ma ana: A Memoir of a Cuban Exodus
Georgia Parents Protest School Cancellation
Garden Dedicated to Slain Iraq Hostage
Chris Whittle, author of Crash Course: Imagining A Better Future For Public Education
Gulf coast students come to Georgia
Aaron and Betty Taylor were forced from New Orleans becasue of Hurricane Katrina. They are trying to start over in Atlanta.
Aaron and Betty Taylor were forced from New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina and are starting over in Atlanta, Georgia.
An extended interview with Aaron and Betty Taylor.
New Orleans couple work to help those displaced by Hurricane
Cindy Sheehan Visits Atlanta
Voices from Katrina
Benilde Little
Katrina Help: What Works
Ken Murray has a look at the artists of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Ken Murray takes a look at some of the Montreux Jazz Festival artists that call Atlanta home.
The Pinkney Family
A Conversation with Buddy Guy on the this year's Montreux Jazz festival, by H. Johnson.
Ken Murray takes a look at the films of this year's Montreux Jazz Festival in Atlanta.
Gulf Residents Flee to Atlanta in Wake of Katrina
A look at the blues artists performing at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Atlanta in 2005
First Georgia Election Takes Place Under New Voter ID Law
A look at the history of the Swiss based Montreux Jazz Festival and its sister festival in Atlanta.
Crystal Edmonson, of the Atlanta Business Chronical, has a look at the economic impact of the 2005 Montreux Jazz Festival in Atlanta.
An interview with Rob Gibson the creative director of the 2005 Montreux Jazz Festival in Atlanta.
An interview with WABE's H Johnson
Chambliss Reacts to Georgia Base Closures
Mineta Announces New National Fuel Standards
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Claude Nobs is the founder of the Swiss based Montreux jazz festival.
Students, Professors Oppose Art School Merger
Film: The Last Best Chance
Pervious Concrete in Atlanta
Veteran Newsman Bruce Dortin Dies
Atlanta Panhandling Bill Passes
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Georgia Military Mothers Speak Out for Sheehan
Sandy Springs, Fulton County Hold First Meeting
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APS Today August 2005
This Is Atlanta Community
Atlanta Watches California Country Club Decision
Professor Shares Fruits of Atlanta's Country Music Heritage
Former Falcon Considers Atlanta's Chances in 2005-06 NFL Season
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Opinions Differ on Atlanta's Gateway Center
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A Taste of Indian Classical Music
Comprehensive Homeless Center Opens in Atlanta
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Atlanta Boy Scouts Lose Portion of Funding
National Black Arts Festival Opens in Atlanta
Civil Rights Groups Contest Voter ID Law
Atlanta Considers Car Cell Phone Ban
Emory Terror Expert on Threat to Atlanta
Divided by a Common Language
Leah Sears Becomes First Female Chief Justice of Georgia's Supreme Court
Customers Camp Out for Atlanta Ikea Opening
APS Today April 2005
APS Today January 2005
APS Today October 2004
Amnesty International Hosts Atlanta Protest
Planning for Atlanta's Senior Boom
Activist Recounts History of Atlanta's Gay and Lesbian Rights Movement
Georgia's Voter ID Law: What's Next
Hawks G.M. Knight Optimistic Ahead of NBA Draft
Between The Lines
This Is Atlanta Community
This Is Atlanta Community
This Is Atlanta Community
Director of the Caribbean Metrolanta Steel Band Orchestra of Atlanta.
A look at the Caribbean community of Atlanta.
A look at the Caribbean community in Atlanta.
A look at the Caribbean community in Atlanta.
Early Voting in Sandy Springs
Between The Lines
Between The Lines
Could the U.S. Restore the Military Draft?
A look at Atlanta's Indian artistic culture and how they pass it on to the next generation.
Prema Bhat is an Indian Classical voice instructor at Emory University in Atlanta.
Kuchipudi dance at the Hindu Temple of Atlanta.
This Is Atlanta Community
The Mridangam. An Indian percussion instrument.
Dekalb Jail Healthcare Review
A Sa Mul No Ri concert with some young Korean-American persussionists.
A talk with some young Korean-American Sa Mul No Ri persussionists.
A conversation with a Tae Kwon Do teacher and some of his students.
A look at the Korean community of Atlanta and how they pass on their international artistic tallents.
Between The Lines
Between The Lines
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RoboCup Competition at Ga. Tech Brings Together Robotic Innovators
A look at Russian and former Soviet citizens living in Atlanta.
Jim Wallis author of 'God's Politics'
The Atlanta Balalaika Society orchestra playing, "The Guard's March".
An extended interview with Anastasiya Lobacheva.
Extended interview with Kirill Churnova.
Senator Clinton Speaks at Agnes Scott Commencement
Housing is Average Largest Expenditure for Most Atlantans
U.N. Ambassadors Consider U.S.-European Relations
Female Genital Mutilation Outlawed in GA
Executive Compensation Packages On The Rise
Crystal Meth in Georgia: Part 2
Crystal Meth Production, Abuse Growing in Georgia
Between The Lines
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Between The Lines
This Is Atlanta Community
This Is Atlanta Community
Dining Out for Life Helps to Feed Atlanta
Remembering the 1906 Atlanta Race Riots
Public Awareness of Autism Rising
This is Atlanta History
This is Atlanta History
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New Voices At Hartsfield-Jackson International
Ernest Withers Photography Captures Six Decades of American Culture, Music
Between The Lines
Between The Lines
Journey to Wellness
Obesity Occuring at Higher Rates Among African-Americans
Journey To Wellness
Journey To Wellness
Journey To Wellness
Jouney To Wellness
Atlanta's Airport Volunteers
WABE Wins Edward R. Murrow Award
Journey To Wellness