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In the late 1970s, photojournalist Jeanne Moutoussamy Ashe, documented the lives of the Gullah culture.

Atlanta, GA – In the late 1970s, photojournalist Jeanne Moutoussamy Ashe, wife of the late tennis champion Arthur Ashe, visited Daufuskie Island off the South Carolina coast to document the lives of the Gullah culture a largely isolated community of descendants of African slaves. Her photographs first published in 1982, are now on view at the Fernbank Museum, sponsored by Merrill Lynch.

Women from the Southeast share their vision of art and the environment.

Atlanta, Georgia – The Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia (WCAGA) in association with the Women Caucus of Arts (WCA) has brought together the work of 24 Southeast members. The exhibit showcases artist's concerns over water shortages, air pollution, dying ecosystems and other environmental issues.

Carlyle Brown's play explores a time in American history when human and horse were traded equally as commodities

Tonight's show brings Sufi Music & other expressions of devotion in the Muslim world to Atlanta.

David Dorfman Dance Company performs their work "underground" in Atlanta

Extended interview with David Dorfman