Athens News Matters for December 2nd, 2022
The week in news and politics, including the recent break-in at the Democratic Party headquarters in Athens, whether the push for Saturday voting was worth it, and the possible outcome of next week’s runoff election for US Senate.
Deborah Gonzalez and Restorative Justice
Deborah Gonzalez, the District Attorney for Georgia’s Western Judicial Circuit, joins us to explain how restorative justice can make both the victims of crime – and the perpetrators – whole.
Sex Trafficking Myths
A research fellow at the University of Georgia’s Center on Human Trafficking Research & Outreach debunks myths on social media about sex trafficking and talks about what’s really happening with Reporter-producer Allison Salerno.
Rhodes Scholar Natalie Navarrete
We’ll learn more about Navarrete’s academic pursuits, and how this honor will help shape her future.
UGA/Humane Society Shelter Medicine Partnership
The Humane Society has provided more than 500 surgeries per month to animals in need with help from the UGA Vet School.
Athens Symphony Holiday Season
A peak into how The Athens Symphony plans to make joyful noises this holiday season.