Unfortunately, Atlanta has become a hub for international sex trafficking. GSUTV corespondent Savannah Pratt was able to uncover some of the reasons why this blight has grown to such magnitude in our state.
The Syrian refugee crisis is a ongoing dillemma that raises the question of just how successfully can these familes be assimilated into new communities? This episode of Special Edition examines this issue and ask the question of why is access being denied.
Jesse Hill was an icon of the African American business community in Atlanta as the founder of Atlanta Life Insurance. But he and his wife Azira were influential supporters of the early Civil Rights movement and Jesse was instrumental in helping bring the Olympic Games to Atlanta.
In this episode we examined the plight of immigrant families trying to settle into new lives in America. In this Special Edition we see how one town in Georgia is lending a helping hand to these new citizens and thereby allowing them to give back to the community.
This is the first of our Special Edition series for GSUTV, exploring the perils of plastic pollution and the great plastic garbage patch in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.