Grady Capstone Journalist

This piece was crafted by a student in the Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects course at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia.
Nnenne Onyioha-Clayton, Athens for Everyone event coordinator, and Rachelle Berry, a University of Georgia doctoral student and prison reform activist, discuss opposition to unpaid prison labor in Athens-Clarke County. (Photo/Raphaëla Alemán)

Use of Unpaid Inmate Labor Scrutinized in Athens-Clarke County

 On March 22, Athens for Everyone released a statement reaffirming their position against unpaid ...

Number of Georgia Offenders Returning to Prison Decreasing

The Georgia Department of Corrections reports that 30 percent of Georgians with criminal backgrounds get reconvicted ...

UGA Students Follow Trends Signaling Decreased College Alcohol Use

For the first time in years, researchers at the University of Georgia observed the ...

Historic District Grows Morgan County’s Economy

As the second largest historical district in Georgia, Morgan County attracts more visitors every ...

Pregnant Women in Georgia Face the Opioid Crisis

Georgia’s number of confirmed cases of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, a withdrawal condition babies may ...

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