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AURORA, N.C. – The world’s largest phosphate mine and chemical plant operates in the nation’s largest lagoonal estuary. This area in eastern North Carolina bears watching as Georgia officials review a proposal to mine sand from the edge of the nation’s largest blackwater swamp – Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp. The post Extracting natural resources from natural wonders: Okefenokee Swamp, Pamlico River appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More
The co-founder of Black Voters Matter has something to say about voter suppression and how you can make your voices heard. By Allison Joyner Political activist, LaTosha Brown, has been a force when it comes to registering people to vote. Last year, her organization, Black Voters Matter, registered thousands of new voters just in time The post Black Women’s History Month: LaTosha Brown appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More
Senate to cops: sell confiscated guns or else The post Georgia Senate votes to fortify gun trade appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More
Clark Atlanta University on Monday unveiled the new Harkness Hall Quadrangle Gate Entrance, the latest step in the renovation of the historic campus. The post Clark Atlanta University unveils renovated Harkness Hall Quadrangle Gate Entrance appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More
By Tom Baxter If they had been thinking more about the next election than the last one, the voting bill passed by the legislature and signed by Gov. Brian Kemp might have been a lot different. The last election was a contest of giants, with Georgia playing a prominent (though not decisive, as some now The post The next election won’t be like the one the voting bill is based on appeared first on SaportaReport.