A GPB Original talk show that gives voice to African-American women from their diverse experiences, perspectives, and challenges. Thursday, June 29 at 8 PM
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Pine Mountain and Callaway Gardens welcome signs, Callaway water tower, exterior shots of the Mountain Creek Inn, and footage of the beautiful Callaway water park.
Interior shots of the Cartoon Network section of the Turner building. Shots include the lobby, elevators, CN logos and characters, employee workspaces, and animators drawing in their offices.
Establishing shots of the CDC front entrance sign. Interior shots of the information center-library and miniature model of the entire CDC campus.
A ton of footage from within the CDC museum, including photos and exhibits that focus on public health and the history of CDC.
Footage of the City of Athens, including road signs, the UGA arch and other signage, The Georgia Theater, Athens Welcome Center, and Clarke Middle School.
Shots of the Carrollton water tower, welcome sign, and the visitor’s bureau filled with ducks.
Various shots of Dalton buildings and signs. Exterior and establishing shots of the Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center.
Shots of the Dawsonville water tower, welcome sign, the Dawsonville Pool Room, and Dawson County Middle School.
Various shots of Lula, including the welcome to Lula and street signs, trains, and the Barn at Jaemor.
Footage of the city, including the historical Woodruff House, Mercer University, the Cherry Street sign, and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.
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