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Excerpt from Feature Story: In 1984, Southern Exposure published a special issue on the history of the Chinese in the South. Focusing on Chinese-American communities in Louisiana and Mississippi, articles in the issue chronicled the post-Civil War... More...
How natural are natural disasters? Vol. 32, Nos. 1-4 Winter 2004 "Four years of unprecedented rainfall left much of West Virginia devastated. Now residents, activists, and regulators struggle to reform the logging and mining industries that bear... More...
Southern Exposure investigates the new war profiteers Southern Exposure (Vol. 31, Nos. 3 & 3) Winter 2003/2004 Table of Contents Departments 2 Front Porch: Letter from the Publisher 4 Readers' Forum 6 Southern News Roundup 14 Statehouse Watch... More...
*Note: Further content will be added online shortly. Most stories are currently in print version only. Citigroup, Wall Street, and the Fleecing of the South Vol. 31, No. 2 Summer 2003 Excerpt from the feature story: Over the past year, Citigroup... More...
An Epidemic of Domestic Violence When Troops Return from War Vol. 31, No. 1 Spring 2003 COVER STORY Hidden Casualties: An Epidemic of Domestic Violence When Troops Return from War by Jon Elliston and Catherine Lutz After a spate of killings at... More...
THE RIGHT TO VOTE: Will Our Future Look Like Our Past? Vol. 30, No. 4 Winter 2002/2003 COVER SECTION The Right to Vote in the South: A Brief History by Alexander Keyssar PRINT ONLY The foremost historian of U.S. voting rights gives a capsule... More...
The Hidden History of the Negro Leagues Vol. 30, No. 3 Fall 2002 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION Running from the Truth by Mary Ann Swissler Across the country, the Dallas-based Susan G. Komen Foundation sponsors the popular Race for the Cure breast cancer... More...
2 people have donated via this issue of Southern Exposure.  Vol. 30, Nos. 1-2 Excerpt from The Cover Section: December, they, just like their country, would soon be thrust onto the world stage of conflict. Washington was scrambling to find a place... More...
Excerpt from the Cover Section: From the mountains to the the coasts, from the awe inspiring native forests to the subtly satisfying Piedmont hills, Southerners take great pride in the splendor of their natural heritage. Sadly, the region's unique... More...
A report by Chris Kromm, Keith Ernst and Jaffer Battica Forward From the mountains to the coasts, from the awe-inspiring native forests to the subtly satisfying piedmont hills, Southerners take great pride in the splendor of their natural heritage... More...