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Atlanta, GA

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English

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Episodes

Bonus: A Conversation with Hank Klibanoff

5/20/2018
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The backstory behind The Buried Truths podcast and its host, Hank Klibanoff.

Duration:00:30:57

6: I'm Deeply Sorry

4/29/2018
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Isaiah Nixon’s daughter Dorothy returns to Alston, GA. She comes face to face with her past...and with someone she never expected to meet.

Duration:00:43:26

5: "I Found It!"

4/22/2018
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FBI director Robert Mueller systematically reopens civil rights cold cases. Hank and his students head to Montgomery County to explore what happened with the FBI’s first investigation into the trial of Isaiah Nixon’s killers – and they make an amazing discovery that had eluded the Nixon family for nearly 70 years.

Duration:00:40:49

4: Thousands of Friends

4/15/2018
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After the Nixon and Carter families flee Georgia, they face terrible conditions. Discovered by the NAACP and The Pittsburgh Courier, they find a way to move forward.

Duration:00:44:23

3: Trial...and Error

4/8/2018
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Dover Carter has to make a crucial decision. Isaiah Nixon’s daughter Dorothy, having witnessed the shooting of her father, retreats and seethes. The Buried Truths team uncovers over 500 pages of FBI and NAACP records.

Duration:00:41:09

2: "Fall, Isaiah, Fall"

4/1/2018
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Election day is usually a grand occasion for a small town like Alston, GA. For the white people in town, September 8, 1948, marked a day of good ole traditions and community. But for black voters, it became a place of opportunity...and defiance.

Duration:00:29:05

Bonus: The Three Governors Controversy

3/27/2018
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In 1946, Eugene Talmadge was elected to a fourth term as governor of Georgia, however, he died a month later, before he could take office. In a bizarre, almost-comedic turn of events, for two months, three men—Melvin Thompson, Ellis Arnall and Herman Talmadge, son of Eugene —would lay claim to the governor’s seat.

Duration:00:11:51

1: "Pistols"

3/25/2018
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After Primus King, a black barber and pastor, successfully sued the Democratic Party for denying his right to vote on the grounds of race and color, three-term Georgia Governor Eugene Talmadge declared, “This is a white man’s country and we must keep it so.” The best way to do so: “Pistols.”

Duration:00:38:59

Introducing Buried Truths

1/11/2018
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How are we going to keep them from the polls?

Duration:00:02:29