In November, the United States honors and celebrates the customs and legacy of Native Americans.
Host Sea Stachura and editor Keocia Howard look back on the making of "Shots in the Back: Exhuming the 1970 Augusta Riot."
Newly identified keys help unlock the true story of Leo Frank’s 1915 lynching for the murder of Mary Phagan.
History came to life at Lincoln County Middle School last week as a panelist of local community members shared their experiences involving the racial integration of their Lincolnton, GA high schools.
Weekly show about the history missing from conversations around current events, hosted by Rund Abdelfatah & Ramtin Arablouei, debuts February 7.
It may not be possible to take my students to all of the places we learn about in Georgia physically, but I CAN take them there virtually.
With these digital resources, GPB and PBS highlight the past and present accomplishments of African Americans and extend this study to more than a month.
For Virtual Reality, seeing really is believing.
Help your students understand and appreciate the importance of our former and current servicemen and servicewomen by bringing Veterans Day to life in your classroom.
The Great Thanksgiving Listen is a national movement that empowers young people to create an oral history of the contemporary U.S. by recording an interview with an elder.
This virtual collection invites students into an engaging exploration of the Civil Rights Movement.
Looking for a new way to display historical information or allow students to demonstrate their mastery and understanding?
On December 7th at 12:
Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise, a two-part, four-hour documentary series hosted, executive produced and written by Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., will premiere on GPB.
Calling all teachers!
Here are a few tips to help you find your way quickly and efficiently through the digital world that is Our State and Our Nation
3…2…1…Liftoff! In our newest virtual field trip, Andersonville, students take a trip back in time to one of the largest Confederate military prisons during the Civil War.
GPB’s Georgia Studies new
The Greeks, the highly anticipated new three-part miniseries tracing the innovations and legacy of an extraordinary people, airs on GPB, starting June 21, 2016, at 9:00 p.m. ET.