The state has selected a vendor for its new voting machines while a case involving elections security moves through the courts. Get an update from GPB politics reporter Stephen Fowler.

In Georgia, catcalls are legal.  Learn how that plays out for women in Macon.

On Second Thought for Tuesday, July 30, 2019.

Before it was home to Georgia State University football or even the Atlanta Braves, Summerhill was one of the oldest predominantly African American neighborhoods in Atlanta. Step back in time with a historian who’s studied its history. On Second Thought is joined by GSU history Professor Marni Davis.

Savannah’s First African Baptist Church calls itself the oldest black church in North America. In past centuries, it was a place where escaped slaves found refuge. In past decades, it was where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his first speech. Step inside it with this audio postcard.


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