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64 minutes | 2 months ago
Race and Remembrance in Hank’s Alabama Hometown
In February 2020, Hank Klibanoff was invited back to his hometown of Florence, Alabama for a live community event. It got him thinking about growing up in a state that was notorious for its civil rights abuses. Hank’s recollection of his childhood in the 1950’s and 60’s is that Florence seemed to be more progressive than the rest of Alabama. But… was it really?
51 minutes | 3 months ago
One Year Later | Ahmaud Arbery
One year after the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, Hank Klibanoff returns to Closer Look with Rose Scott to discuss the latest developments in the case.
58 minutes | 3 months ago
Behind the Podcast
Join host Hank Klibanoff, his team of Emory University student researchers, and the WABE production team as they deconstruct the podcast to show you how they gather information to uncover hidden history and reveal a complete and compelling story.
29 minutes | 8 months ago
Groundswell | Ahmaud Arbery 7
With the video released, the public outcry grew to a rolling boil.
22 minutes | 8 months ago
Stripped | Ahmaud Arbery 6
What happens when a police officer skips school?
29 minutes | 8 months ago
74 Days | Ahmaud Arbery 5
How did the men who killed Ahmaud Arbery come so close to escaping all scrutiny?
30 minutes | 8 months ago
Roots | Ahmaud Arbery 4
The Georgia coast, where Ahmaud Arbery was born and killed, is steeped in history. Hank Klibanoff and his students trace the family roots of Ahmaud and the men who chased him, and marvel at what they find.
32 minutes | 8 months ago
Maud Moments | Ahmaud Arbery 3
Funny, humble, and always saying “I love you.” The officer who approached Ahmaud as he sat alone in his parked car saw something different.
26 minutes | 8 months ago
This Horrible Thing | Ahmaud Arbery 2
Why did they chase him in the first place? Investigators find disturbing Instagram posts and text messages.
30 minutes | 8 months ago
Trapped | Ahmaud Arbery 1
Ahmaud Arbery went for a Sunday afternoon jog in a quiet neighborhood near the Georgia coast. He never made it home.
2 minutes | 8 months ago
Season 3 Trailer | Ahmaud Arbery
The afternoon of February 23, 2020, was a typically beautiful winter day on Georgia’s coast. Sunny and clear with a high near 65. At about 1 p.m., Ahmaud Arbery was taking advantage of the near-perfect running weather. He’d gone for a jog down Satilla Drive, right by the home of Gregory McMichael. Tragically, Ahmaud Arbery never made it home. For months after three white men chased him to his death, Georgia of 2020 looked disconcertingly like Georgia of 1950. This is the story of the long arc of injustice in the American South -- and of the persistence that brought worldwide attention to coastal Georgia.
36 minutes | 9 months ago
Sallie Mama 1923-2020 | Season 1 Update
Sallie Nixon was small in stature, but large in spirit, strength and willpower. In 1948, she watched as two white men killed her husband Isaiah Nixon because he dared to vote. She lived on, overcame obstacles and inspired generations of family members, including children and grandchildren who affectionately call her Sallie Mama. In July 2020, she passed away at the age of 96.Host Hank Klibanoff remembers Sallie Nixon in this special episode, and is joined by her daughter Dorothy Nixon Williams and Dorothy's children, Joi and Tony Williams.
37 minutes | a year ago
The Story of Thomas Finch
In 1936, a black man named Thomas Finch was shot and killed by an Atlanta police officer who later became leader of the Ku Klux Klan. Very little was known publicly about Finch’s death until his name appeared at a new memorial to the victims of lynching. In this special episode of Buried Truths, Hank Klibanoff sits down with Stephannie Stokes, the reporter who uncovered Thomas Finch's story, for an in-depth look at what happened, and how it's connected to the stories on Buried Truths.Read more and see images here.Stephannie Stokes reported and produced the story on Thomas Finch. It was first released on Reveal, a podcast from the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. The story was edited by David Lewis, investigations editor at WNYC, and Reveal’s Michael Montgomery. It was produced in collaboration with APM Reports, the investigative and documentary unit of American Public Media, with support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Special thanks to Susanna Capelouto and Chris Worthingon. David Barasoain is the senior producer of Buried Truths.
28 minutes | 2 years ago
Buried Truths Live Part 1 | S2
Howard Moore, Jr. and Newton Collier join Hank Klibanoff for a live show at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. They share more about their experiences with A.C. Hall and the coroner's inquest, and they discuss what life had in store for them afterwards. Also, Hank Klibanoff and Buried Truths producer Dave Barasoain pull back the curtain on the making of season two.
41 minutes | 2 years ago
Buried Truths Live Part 2 | S2
Sheriff David Davis of Macon-Bibb county, LaTasha Morrison of Be The Bridge and Jill Savitt of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights join Hank Klibanoff for a discussion about truth, policing, race relations and our individual roles. Then, we take questions from the audience. It's a straightforward, personal and pointed Q&A with the panelists, Hank Klibanoff, Howard Moore, Jr. and Newton Collier.
31 minutes | 2 years ago
President Jimmy Carter Comes to Class | S2 Bonus
Former president Jimmy Carter visits Hank’s class at Emory University. He describes the racial climate in Georgia from his childhood to his bid for the Governor's seat, and he takes questions from students.Biography of Jimmy Carter
34 minutes | 2 years ago
Hank on 1A | S2 Bonus
On the heels of the 2018 Peabody Award win, Hank talks to 1A about making Buried Truths, its relevance today and where he hopes to take the project next .
43 minutes | 2 years ago
Because | S2 E9
Why tell A.C.’s story? Hank looks at the many ways in which 1962 resonates today and he heads to Macon with his students to visit A.C.’s gravesite.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
A Gift | S2 E8
So what happens after the storm? Hank discusses the after effects of the A.C. Hall verdict, grand jury proceedings and an FBI investigation. Will they follow the lead of the coroner’s jury? And what became of Eloise Franklin?
36 minutes | 2 years ago
Unsworn | S2 E7
The police take the stand. Years later, one of their sons speaks out. The jury delivers its decision.
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