In “Buried Truths,” a six-episode podcast, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Hank Klibanoff dramatically narrates the case of Isaiah Nixon, an African American man killed for voting in Georgia in 1948. The program grew out of a class, Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project, Klibanoff teaches at Emory University. The class, which began in 2011, allows students to take an in-depth look at racially motivated murders that went unpunished in the Jim Crow South. It mixes journalism with history and African American studies. Click here to listen to the podcasts.
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