On Second Thought For Monday, Aug. 12, 2019
As mental health becomes a political talking point, Georgia schools are finding innovative ways to make social and emotional learning part of the curriculum.
Dr. Debra Murdock is the Executive Director for Cherokee County School District's Social Emotional Learning initiative. She spoke to On Second Thought on the importance of sustaining mental balance for students.
The Works Progress Administration helped create jobs as part of the New Deal under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. We often hear of well-known male artists who benefited from the WPA such as Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. Deputy Director Annelies Mondi of the Georgia Museum of Art visited On Second Thought to talk about how the museum is featuring and emphasizing female artists of the time.
Amber Nash plays Pam Poovey on the show “Archer,” and she’s a regular at Dad’s Garage. Hear how she got into voice acting and improvisational comedy and the differences between studio and stage acting.
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