Soul City Book Cover Equality is in the air we breathe: Soul City and an awakening from the American Dream In the early 1970s, Civil Rights Attorney Floyd McKissick broke ground on a radical idea to foster economic equality. With the backing of the Department of Housing and...
Image of the Inaugural Georgia College Leadership Forecast publication on a table along witha portion of a globe. Georgia College Connections | Georgia College Publishes First Leadership Forecast The Coronavirus Pandemic definitely changed the way we work, but what about the way we work together? On a special edition of Georgia College Connections, GC...
Image from the book cover of the book “Blind Joe Death’s America: John Fahey, the Blues, and Writing White Discontent.” Shows line drawing of a man's head and shoulders. The man is wearing sunglasses and smoking a cigarette. Cracking the Fahey Code: Guitarist John Fahey’s Writing Offers Insight into Musical Iconoclast Having coined the term American Primitive Guitar, John Fahey’s iconic steel string acoustic music evoked aural images of the Mississippi Delta, Appalachia and American...
Georgia College Music Department Chair Don Parker plays a gong with two mallets during This Moment in Time. The hourlong public event formed the local celebration of Make Music Day. Photo by Michael Gillett Sound of Gong Signals Grief and Anticipation in Wake of Pandemic Year Each year on or around the Summer Solstice, musicians and music lovers around the world come together to fill the year’s longest day with song, from beginning to end....

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