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Next week, we'll meet some trailblazing women who improved the lives of women and children in rural Appalachia, discover which Great American Recipe stands above the rest and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!

In 1925, Mrs. Mary Carson Breckinridge led a team of spirited women to Leslie County, Kentucky and established a demonstration of providing unprecedented healthcare to rural Appalachia. Together, they improved the maternal and infant mortality rates, losing just two maternal patients over a span of 12 years.

It’s time for the season finale as the three remaining cooks go head-to-head to win. They’ll have some surprise helpers for their final chance to wow the judges with a very special dinner.

Gumbo is a dish that’s held in high esteem in the American South. And that’s not just because it tastes so good. Gumbo not only fills our bellies; it also tells us something about who we are as Southerners.

In this week's commentary, Salvation South editor Chuck Reece explains why gumbo is actually the best metaphor for Southern culture.

Don’t miss your opportunity to join GPB for these exciting shows coming to Georgia. You also have an opportunity to join us for artist Meet & Greets and pre-show receptions with your support of GPB. Tickets are limited and seating is assigned based on donation date, so don’t wait!


Celtic Woman: December 17, 2022 at Atlanta Symphony Hall
David Foster: February 25, 2023 at Atlanta Symphony Hall
Joe Bonamassa: March 4, 2023 at the Fox Theatre

Many states, including Georgia, have changed voting regulations since the 2020 general election when concerns about the pandemic led to an expansion of absentee and mail-in voting.  This time around, the rules are different, and, there’s a ton of misinformation and disinformation circulating about elections and election security  - we’re here to clear things up

With help from our partners at America Amplified, we’ll answer the questions online, on the air and on social media. Submit any and all questions about participating in the upcoming midterms by clicking on the button on the prompt. You can also text your questions to us! Just text GPB at 855-670-1777 and follow the prompts to submit a question. We’ll send the answers directly to you as well. If you share your contact information, we may even reach out personally. We can’t do this without you!

While Americans face challenges unlike any other time in our history, GPB and StoryCorps invite you to take part in One Small Step, a nationwide initiative to help bridge political divides and strengthen communities, one conversation at a time.

You'll meet someone new - a fellow resident with different views from you, who you might never talk to otherwise - for a simple, personal, 50-minute conversation. With participant permission, these conversations will be preserved for future generations at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. 

Do you worry about the growing divides in our country? If you’re wondering “What can I do to help?,” click here to learn more.

Are you looking for one place to get the latest news from top-notch journalists from across the state of Georgia in a format that respects both your intelligence and your time? If so, the bi-weekly Georgia Today Newsletter from GPB News is for you. Sign up here. and stay informed.

Join with thousands of GPB donors who are already streaming the best of public television any time, on any screen with GPB Passport! Binge full seasons, get early access to new episodes before they air on TV and catch up on programs you may have missed with this powerful donor benefit.

Enjoy these programs and more:

Endeavour
Shaun Evans portrays the cerebral Detective Constable Morse in this popular series from MASTERPIECE.

Wallander
Sir Kenneth Branagh stars in this British drama as Inspector Wallander whose job comes at a cost to his family and relationships.

● The Green Planet |Tropical Worlds
Enter the magical world of life in a rainforest as Sir David Attenborough gives us a plants-eye view of stunning beauty and fierce competition.


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