Welcome to our podcasts! Feel free to browse for an episode, then click on the PLAY button to listen instantly. Alternately, you can SUBSCRIBE to a podcast so that whenever a new episode gets placed online, you will be the first to hear it. If you're unfamiliar with how podcasts work and what it means to "subscribe", then please watch the video on the right.
Here's a handy list of all our podcast feeds that you can subscribe to:
New to Podcasts?
Start by watching this:
Displaying Posts Tagged: race
Richard Doster, the fine, award-winning Atlanta author, returns with an exciting, thought-provoking new novel: Crossing the Lines. The story focuses on events of the mid-1950s when Jack Hall, a reporter for the AJC, encounters stories of white violence against black Americans. He sets out to counter those stories with those of the South he knows well and loves, only to find there are important, hidden connections between the best and worst in the region. Doster is editor of byFaith magazine, the official publication of the Presbyterian Church in America and a native of Mississippi.
Kathryn Stockett, Mississippi-born author now living in Atlanta, unveils her first novel, The Help, already being hailed by critics as a “contemporary classic.” It’s an unforgettable novel of three women and the crossing of racial barriers in 1960s Mississippi, a “timeless and universal story.” Joining Stockett will be Octavia Spencer, an Atlanta actor, who will take part in the program. This program was originally recorded on February 10th, 2009.
Page 1 of 1 pages