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The Black History Month Playlist on GPB Passport

"Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise" explores the prolific life of the 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings' author and activist who inspired generations with lyrical modern African-American thought, featuring interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Common, the Clintons and others. You can find this and many more titles that explore and celebrate black icons and stories this month on GPB Passport.

February 17, 2019

GPB Politics

Follow GPB's comprehensive coverage of the Georgia General Assembly and the latest in Georgia politics.

February 17, 2019

On Second Thought

Join us every weekday for timely conversations about all topics relating to Georgia. Listen today at 9 am or streaming live at GPB.org.

February 17, 2019

Leah vs. Predator

GPB Atlanta Morning Edition host Leah Fleming is interviewing “The Predator” actor and stuntman Brian A. Prince, and she’s looking for a couple more co-hosts.

February 17, 2019

See Snap Judgment LIVE In Atlanta

Storytelling... with a beat. See the hit show featuring amazing performances by the nation's top storytellers, live. Click for ticket information.

February 17, 2019

Andrew McCabe, Ex-FBI Deputy, Describes 'Remarkable' Number Of Trump-Russia Contacts

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe condemned what he called the "relentless attack" that President Trump has waged against the FBI even as it continues scrutinizing whether Americans in Trump's campaign may have conspired with the Russians who attacked the 2016 election . "I don't know that we have ever seen in all of history an example of the number, the volume and the significance of the contacts between people in and around the president, his campaign, with our most serious, our existential international enemy: the government of Russia," McCabe told NPR's Morning Edition . "That's just remarkable to me." McCabe left the FBI after 21 years last March, when he was dismissed for an alleged "lack of candor" in a media leak probe unrelated to the special counsel investigation. While he declined to conclude that Trump or his advisers colluded with Russia, McCabe said the evidence special counsel Robert Mueller has made public to date — including new disclosures about an August 2016
February 18, 2019

Jazz Musician And Subject Of Iconic Photo Revisits 'A Great Day In Harlem'

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: Ask anybody who's tried - It's hard to keep even a well-known arts institution going. To keep it going after its founder and namesake has died is even more impressive. But, to do that for some six decades, some might call that miraculous. So, at that standard, you can understand why the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater decided to celebrate its 60th anniversary this year by commissioning a new powerful work titled "Lazarus." (SOUNDBITE OF PERFORMANCE, "LAZARUS") UNIDENTIFIED SINGERS: (As characters, singing) War is risen. MARTIN: It's a celebration of the life and legacy of dance pioneer Alvin Ailey, who was born in rural Texas in the 1930s, went on to found an American dance institution, which continues to thrive even after his death 30 years ago. "Lazarus" was created by the Philadelphia-based hip-hop choreographer Rennie Harris, considered a pioneer in his own right. And he's with us now from our studios in Washington, D.C. Rennie Harris, welcome. Thank you so
February 17, 2019

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Debuts 'Lazarus' To Celebrate 60th Anniversary

After dance pioneer Alvin Ailey died in 1989, the future of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater was uncertain. It's difficult to keep a dance company profitable after its founder is long gone – many have tried and failed. But 30 years later, the group is thriving, and decided to celebrate its 60th anniversary and founder by commissioning a new work titled Lazarus . The company chose choreographer Rennie Harris, who formed the first and longest running hip-hop dance touring company to create the hour-long piece. Harris is the first artist-in-residence for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and was tasked with creating the first two-act work the company has ever had. His previous contributions to the contemporary dance company include Love Stories and Home. Harris' first company, Rennie Harris Puremovement, has traveled the world and was chosen to serve as citizen-diplomats for the U.S. Department of State's DanceMotion USA in 2012. The Philadelphia native has also received
February 17, 2019

'Antisemitism: Here And Now' Author Discusses Resurgence Of Public Anti-Semitism

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: Ask anybody who's tried - It's hard to keep even a well-known arts institution going. To keep it going after its founder and namesake has died is even more impressive. But, to do that for some six decades, some might call that miraculous. So, at that standard, you can understand why the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater decided to celebrate its 60th anniversary this year by commissioning a new powerful work titled "Lazarus." (SOUNDBITE OF PERFORMANCE, "LAZARUS") UNIDENTIFIED SINGERS: (As characters, singing) War is risen. MARTIN: It's a celebration of the life and legacy of dance pioneer Alvin Ailey, who was born in rural Texas in the 1930s, went on to found an American dance institution, which continues to thrive even after his death 30 years ago. "Lazarus" was created by the Philadelphia-based hip-hop choreographer Rennie Harris, considered a pioneer in his own right. And he's with us now from our studios in Washington, D.C. Rennie Harris, welcome. Thank you so
February 17, 2019

Facing Loss Of Accreditation Over Finances, Women's HBCU Raises Millions

For one of the nation's only historically black colleges for women, this week will be crucial for survival. On Monday, Bennett College, in Greensboro, N.C., will argue its case for maintaining its accreditation at a hearing before the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, or SACS. Bennett has been on probation for two years due to financial instability — SACS does not offer a third year of probation, so Bennett's hearing will either result in its probation being lifted, or the loss of its accreditation. Revocation would cut off Bennett's access to federal funds, which would all but certainly close the school. Representatives for Bennett plan to argue at the hearing that the school has secured the funds necessary to maintain its accreditation, its president, Phyllis Worthy Dawkins, told Michel Martin in an interview for NPR's All Things Considered . In December, SACS voted to strip Bennett of its accreditation because the school failed to demonstrate
February 17, 2019
GPB Sports Blog

Football Fridays In Georgia Podcast

Join Jon Nelson and Tommy Palmer to catch up on latest coaching moves

February 15, 2019
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What's New Next Week? February 14, 2019

Next week, GPB goes up in flames as we bring you two explosive premieres, as well as an intimate profile of an icon of the 20th century.

February 14, 2019
Education Matters

The Math, Science, And History Of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk into ancient history, and mathematical techniques. Use the following resources to help...

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk through ancient history, and mathematical techniques.

February 12, 2019
Education Matters

You Won't Need A Credit Card For These Personal Finance Resources, But They May Attract Interest

Free resources to help students navigate the world of personal finance.

February 11, 2019
GPB Sports Blog

Football Fridays In Georgia Podcast

Did your favorite college team scoop up any prospects? Jon and Matt wrap up National Signing Day

February 8, 2019

Education Blogs

The Math, Science, And History Of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more than a time to pass out candy and cards. It’s a day that inspires engineering, a walk through ancient history, and mathematical techniques.

February 12, 2019

You Won't Need A Credit Card For These Personal Finance Resources, But They May Attract Interest

Free resources to help students navigate the world of personal finance.

February 11, 2019

NBA And Discovery Education Host Virtual Field Trip On STEM Careers

NBA hosts no-cost virtual field trip focusing on how the STEM skills students learn today can lead to future career opportunities

February 5, 2019

Education Spotlight

Physics In Motion

Physics in Motion is a new digital series for high school physics from Georgia Public Broadcasting. The series encourages inquiry-based learning, problem-solving, and critical thinking through...

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