Social Justice

This journalism has been created by students who are covering issues in social justice as part of the Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects capstone courses at the Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication.

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 ...

Pregnant Women in Georgia Face the Opioid Crisis

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

Undiagnosed Learning Disabilities Hinder Probationers’ Success

By: Shannon Duffy Athens-Clarke County probation officers have discovered a new barrier to their ...

State NAACP Activists Gather In Athens

Starting today, members of the Georgia National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ...

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