'We need diversity in order to get what we deserve.'
Sierra Martin argues that black people need diverse schools in order to ensure fair access to quality education. Martin was speaking at a community meeting on race and schools hosted by Mercer University's Center for Collaborative Journalism, Jan.
Middle Georgia peach growers rely on the H-2A guest worker program in which they can bus migrant workers up from Mexico to work in the orchards. Peach grower Robert Dickey said he worries about the future of the program.
Al Pearson, owner of Pearson Farm in Fort Valley, plans to make a mold of a 1.8 pound-peach that was harvested on the farm Wednesday. If confirmed by Guinness World Records, the peach will be the world's heaviest on record.
Executive Director Dee Simms discusses the new Crisis Line and Safe House of Central Georgia sexual assault center which held an open house July 10, 2018. The center will offer forensic exams and counseling to victims free of charge.
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