Political Rewind: Bill Nigut signs off at GPB
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
In the final episode of Political Rewind, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's editor-at-large Kevin Riley interviews host Bill Nigut on a lifelong career in journalism, the stories he looks back on, and what he expects in Georgia's political future. Timestamps 0:00 - Introduction 3:00 - Today is Bill Nigut's last show. Kevin Riley interviews him on his career. 7:00 - Bill's history and love of theater, his early days in Chicago, and political firsts. 16:00 - From Chicago to WSB-TV in Atlanta. 28:00 - How political coverage and standards for candidates have changed. 35:00 - Bill's favorite stori ..read more
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Political Rewind: Raffensperger speaks with prosecutors; Supreme Court ends term
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Brad Raffensperger has spoken with federal prosecutors investigating efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has a few crucial rulings left on its docket. The panel: Anthony Michael Kreis, @AnthonyMKreis, professor of law Georgia State University Fred Smith, @fredosmithjr, professor of constitutional law Emory University Jim Galloway, former political columnist Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tanya Washington, @AskProfW, professor of law Georgia State University Timestamps 0:00 - Introduction 6:00 - Brad Raffensperger spoke to federal prosecutors investigating efforts ..read more
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Political Rewind: SCOTUS rejects independent legislature theory; Credit for EVs; Antisemitic protest
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The Supreme Court rejected "independent legislature theory," an idea that its critics say could have undermined American democracy. Sen. Jon Ossoff and Gov. Brian Kemp feud over who's responsible for EV developments in Georgia. Meanwhile, there were two disturbing neo-Nazi protests in Georgia this week. The panel: Alan Abramowitz,@AlanIAbramowitz, professor emeritus of political science, Emory University Andra Gillespie, @AndraGillespie, professor of political science and director, James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference, Emo ..read more
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Political Rewind: Raffensperger before federal investigators; New details on 2020 election inquiry
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger will be interviewed for the first time by federal prosecutors. He’ll likely be asked about Donald Trump’s 2020 phone call, in which the former president asked for votes to win the election. The panel Audrey Haynes, professor of political science, The University of Georgia Margaret Coker, @mideastmargaret, editor-in-chief, The Current Tamar Hallerman, @TamarHallerman, senior reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tammy Greer, professor of political science Timestamps 0:00 - Introductions 7:00 - DOJ investigators will intervi ..read more
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Political Rewind: DeKalb DA leaves 'Cop City' prosecution, DoJ investigates false electors
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Monday on Political Rewind: DeKalb Co. DA Sherry Boston announced she's withdrawing her office from criminal cases against "Cop City" protestors, citing prosecutorial differences with the Attorney General's office. Plus, the Department of Justice turns their attention to states' false electors. The panel Michael Thurmond, CEO, DeKalb County Patricia Murphy, @MurphyAJC, political reporter, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Rick Dent, vice president, Matrix Communications Sam Olens, @samolens, former state Attorney General Timestamps :00- Introductions 8:00- Dekalb DA, Sherry Boston announces she is ..read more
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Political Rewind: Did 'divisive concepts' lead to teacher's firing? Ballot suitcase theory debunked
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Friday on Political Rewind: A Cobb County elementary school teacher may be the first casualty of Georgia’s new “divisive concepts” ban. Meanwhile, a state investigation confirms the two election officials at the heart of the “suitcase of ballots” conspiracy theory did nothing wrong. The panel: Adrienne Jones, @adriennemjns, professor of political science, Morehouse College Donna Lowry, @donnalowrynews, host, GPB-TV’s Lawmakers Jim Galloway, @JimJournalist, former political columnist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Kevin Riley, @ajceditor, editor-at-large, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Timest ..read more
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Political Rewind: In conversation with former Atlanta mayor Shirley Franklin
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Thursday on Political Rewind: Host Bill Nigut continues our series of conversations with Georgia’s thought leaders. He interviews former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin, Atlanta’s first female mayor and the first Black woman to head a major Southern city. 0:00 - Introductions 2:00 - Former Mayor Shirley Franklin talks about her early life in Philadelphia 9:00 - Franklin talks about her desire to be a dancer 13:00 - Franklin talks about her undergrad experience at Howard University 17:00 - Franklin talks March on Washington, Andrew Young, and John Lewis' influences 28:00 - Franklin talks about w ..read more
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Political Rewind: SEB clears Fulton County; Training center opponents sue over referendum delays
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Opponents of Atlanta's police training center filed a lawsuit against the city clerk after their referendum petition was denied twice, delaying a time-sensitive process. The Atlanta Advisory Board endorsed the referendum. And we discuss the latest on the Supreme Court's docket. The panel: Alan Abramowitz, professor emeritus of political science, Emory University Andra Gillespie, professor of political science and director, James Weldon John Institute for the Study of Race and Difference, Emory University, @AndraGillespie Charles Bullock, professor of politic ..read more
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Political Rewind: Show's Cancellation; One year since Roe v. Wade; Raffensperger up for debate
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
8M ago
Tuesday on Political Rewind: This week marks one year since the Dobbs decision overturned Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years where women had a guaranteed right to choose an abortion. Plus, Brad Raffensperger challenges Donald Trump to a debate. But first, Bill Nigut speaks on the show's cancellation. The panel: Kendra King Momon, professor of political science and interim provost, Oglethorpe University State Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver (D) Decatur, @mmo_mary Patricia Murphy, political reporter and columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, @MurphyAJC Tamar Hallerman, senior reporter ..read more
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Political Rewind: Tony-winning "Parade" tells Leo Frank's story
Political Rewind
by Georgia Public Broadcasting
9M ago
Last Sunday, the musical Parade won the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical. Written by Atlanta native Alfred Uhry, Parade documents the 1915 lynching of Leo Frank. Host Bill Nigut welcomes Uhry, Rabbi Alvin Sugarman, and author Steve Oney to tell Frank's story. The panel Alfred Uhry, playwright and screenwriter, "Parade" Rabbi Alvin Sugarman, senior rabbi, The Temple Jim Galloway, @jimjournalist, former columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Steve Oney, @steveoneywriter, author, And the Dead Shall Rise 0:00 - Introduction 5:00 - Alfred Uhrey writes "Parade," a story ab ..read more
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