Georgia's outgoing elections director Chris Harvey said the secret to successful elections lies with more proactive work with local officials and that the keys to both rebuilding confidence and shutting down conspiracies is showing evidence of things that go right.
Thursday on Political Rewind: In the midst of the pandemic that gripped the nation, two of the country’s greatest civil rights leaders died on the same day. One of them, Rep. John Lewis, was a man whose name was known around the world. The other was C.T. Vivian, whose courage and visionary leadership was only equaled by the humility he displayed by rarely seeking the spotlight. It is his story we’ll tell today.
Porch piracy is nothing new, but proponents argue that the tougher penalty would reflect society’s increased reliance on delivery drivers and mail carriers, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. They also say the change would bring the consequences under state law in line with the federal level.
With the end of 2020 census approaching in a week, only an estimated 92.3% of Georgia households are counted as of Wednesday. Just a handful of states are faring worse.
Author Bruce Feiler joined On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott for one of the Atlanta History Center's virtual author talks. He discussed his new book, Life is in the Transitions.
All Things Considered on Georgia Public Broadcasting is launching a new series featuring people reflecting on what this time of the coronavirus and...
One of the Atlanta's most curious communities is called Cabbagetown. In this "What's In A Name," GPB's Rickey Bevington shares the humble origins of one...