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Atlanta magazine’s editorial mission is to engage our community through provocative writing, authoritative reporting, and superlative design that illuminate the people, the issues, the trends, and the events that define our city. The magazine informs, challenges, and entertains our readers each month while helping them make intelligent choices, not only about what they do and where they go, but what they think about matters of importance to the community and the region. Atlanta magazine’s editorial mission is to engage our community through provocative writing, authoritative reporting, and superlative design that illuminate the people, the issues, the trends, and the events that define our city. The magazine informs, challenges, and entertains our readers each month while helping them make intelligent choices, not only about what they do and where they go, but what they think about matters of importance to the community and the region.
  

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Contents

Dr. Sandman
24
Charles McPhee, Radio B98.5 (Radio station: Atlanta, Ga.), Dreams, Atlanta (Ga.) (Radio broadcasting industry)
Bring on the Fly Girls
26
Hooters of America Inc, Pace Airlines, Waiters and waitresses (Air travel), Joint ventures
Deadly Disparity
28
Otis Brawley, Georgia Cancer Center for Excellence (Atlanta, Ga.), Cancer (Prevention), Blacks (Medical care), Discrimination in medicine, Atlanta (Ga.) (Health facilities)
Electric Slide
30
Georgia Power Co (Employees), Automobiles, Electric (Leasing and renting)
The Ultimate Accessory
40
Sheree Whitfield (American boutique owner and participant on reality TV show "Real housewives of Atlanta") (Business ventures), Bob Whitfield (American football player); 1971- (Business ventures), Bella Azul (Atlanta, Ga.: Firm), Clothing and dress (Women), Atlanta (Ga.) (Stores)
All Cash Is Created Equal
65
Royal Marshall, Blacks (Economic conditions, Segregation), Wealth, Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
I'm Afraid of This Country
66
Javier Ramirez, Mexicans (Employment, United States), Day laborers, Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
Outside the Box
67
Michael Alvear, Hispanic Americans (Ethnic identity, Attitudes), Racially mixed people, Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
The 80/20 Rule
68
Ryan Cameron (American radio and television talk show host.), Blacks (Segregation), Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
I'm White and I'm Proud
69
Ed Fields, Blacks (Segregation), White supremacy movements, Conservatism, Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)

Pep Talk
44
Personal coaches, Self improvement, Conduct of life
Good Karma
46
Asheville (N.C.) (Description and travel)
Extra Innings
50
Jack McKeon, Florida Marlins (Baseball team), Atlanta Crackers (Baseball team), Baseball players (Age), Baseball managers (Age), Age (Psychology)
Worlds Collide
52
Susan Booth (American theatrical director.), Alliance Theater (Atlanta, Ga.), Youth as actors and actresses, Atlanta (Ga.) (Youth)
Dream On
62
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Speeches, addresses, etc), Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
Can We Talk?
62
Individual differences, Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
"Ms. Osman Has Light-Skinned Blood".
64
Amina Osman, Teachers and students, Black students (Attitudes), Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations, Education)
A Different World
70
Terry Williams, Blacks (Segregation, Social conditions), Mississippi (Race relations), Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
A New Frame of Reference
71
Scott Freeman, Blacks (Segregation, Civil rights, History), Individual differences, Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
In Living Color
72
High school students (Attitudes), Atlanta (Ga.) (Education, Race relations)
Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D.
76
Beverly Daniel Tatum (American psychologist and college president); 1954- (Interviews), Spelman College
One By One
78
Social change, Atlantans (Photographs), Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
The Accidental Activist
86
Frank Catroppa (American national historic site administrator.), Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Family), Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site and Preservation District, United States National Park Service, Visitor centers
The Last Dreamer
90
John Lewis (American congressman.); 1940-, Blacks (Civil rights), United States (Race relations)

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