Hank Klibanoff

A farmer cast his vote for the Georgia Democratic gubernatorial primary in 1948 — nothing out of the ordinary, except for the color of his skin. Because he was black, Isaiah Nixon was shot three times in front of his ...

“I found it,” College junior Ellie Studdard said in disbelief. Studdard had just uncovered the gravesite of Isaiah Nixon — a man shot and killed for exercising his right to vote in the 1948 Georgia Democratic primary election — and she ...

James M. Cox Jr. Professor of Journalism Hank Klibanoff has joined the ranks of CNN founder Ted Turner and distinguished Civil Rights Movement reporter Claude Sitton in the Atlanta Press Club (APC) Hall of Fame for his work not only ...

DeKalb Water Main Breaks Parts of DeKalb County experienced low water pressure yesterday as a water main broke in southeast Decatur. University Media Relations Director Elaine Justice sent an all-Emory email advising the Emory community to take “maximum steps necessary ...

James Brazier, a black man in Terrell County, Ga., had just bought a new Chevy Impala in 1958. Soon after, he was arrested, jailed and murdered. Emory’s Civil Rights Cold Cases Project investigates, attempting to understand why Brazier and others ...

By Annie McGrew Staff Writer A new freshman seminar teaches students to be critical of the media and analyze the ways in which news coverage affects perceptions and stereotypes of ethnic minorities. The seminar, titled “American Studies 190: News Coverage ...

College Council (CC) reinstated the Collegiate Readership Program (CRP) this month, which previously gave students free access to The New York Times (NYT) and USA Today, after the existing two-year contracts ran out last year. The new contract only provides the NYT ...