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Reading the morning paper, it can be hard to make sense of the South. Gangs in the cities, Republicans in the suburbs, Wal-Marts in rural communities — given the bewildering pace of change behind the headlines, it can be hard to know what to... More...
  Excerpt from Cover Story It started with a school  bus in Summerton,  South Carolina. Black  parents, tired of watching  their children walk  miles to school each day,  sued the county for the same bus service... More...
Vol 22, No. 3 Excerpt from Cover Story Just north of Atlanta in DeKalb County, Georgia lies Census Tract 212.04. The sliver of a neighbor hood around the Peachtree Airport contains all the trappings of a workingclass suburb — well-kept homes... More...
Excerpt from The Cover Story: Dot Woods used to be a teller at the old Fidelity bank on the corner of Driver and Angier in East Durham, North Carolina. "It was such a beautiful building," she recalls. "It was so old-fashioned, with high ceilings and... More...
Vol. XXI, No. 1-2, Spring/Summer 1993 Chapter One: War and Peace Chapter Two: Rural Life and Land Excerpt from Forward Section: Lyndon Johnson died in retirement and Spiro Agnew resigned in disgrace the year Southern Exposure first saw the... More...
Southern Indians Since Columbians Excerpt from the feature story: Several months ago, two Native Americans joined an archaeologist and a clergyman near a construction site in Jacksonville, Florida. Excavations for the new Holy Spirit Catholic Church... More...
People of color forge a movement for environmental justice. Excerpt from issue In October 1991, more than 600 grassroots leaders gathered  for an historic meeting in Washington, D.C. They represented  Latino, Native American, African... More...
Excerpt From the Cover Story: Two years before Lambert put his father in Hillhaven, Mary Ropp checked her sister Linda Stewart into a nursing home in Charleston, West Virginia. Linda was 32 years old, and disabled by multiple sclerosis. "She was... More...
2 people have donated via this issue of Southern Exposure. 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 to mass-produce a... More...
Excerpt from the Cover Section: The last time we devoted an entire issue of Southern Exposure to the media was back in 1975. The cover of that issue — entitled "Focus on the Media" — says something about our perceptions of... More...