Georgia Humanities is dedicated to sharing the “stories that move us and make us,” as Georgians and as people. We preserve and share the stories and cultural legacies of people and place—past, present, future, famous and little-known. All have the power to enrich lives, open hearts and minds, and strengthen communities.
IN THE NEWS
- “Smithsonian Exhibit to Open in April at Arts Center” — Moultrie Observer
- “SlowExposures spotlights photography made in and about the rural South” — Atlanta Magazine
- “Fairview School added to Georgia register of historic places” — Rome News Tribune
- President celebrates LaGrange College’s vision — LaGrange Daily News
“JAMIL’S GEORGIA” in SaportaReport
In this weekly column, members of Georgia Humanities and their colleagues take turns discussing Georgia’s history and culture, and other topics that matter. Through different voices, we hear different stories.