On Second Thought For Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019

Aug 6, 2019

About 250 Atlanta citizens with HIV or AIDS could face eviction. Willoughby Mariano, a reporter at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and Patrick Saunders, editor of Project Q Atlanta, join On Second Thought to discuss why a dispute between contractors and the city of Atlanta is making it harder for the clients of the nonprofit group Living Room to pay the bills.


Hear what songs teenage artist Avery Gipson adds to On Second Thought's Georgia Playlist.

2 The Left: A Tribute to the Life Of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes is on stage at Atlanta’s Synchronicity Theatre through Sunday, Aug. 11. While one tribute takes to the stage, another takes to the microphone. Hear young adult author Angie Thomas share her memory of Left Eye. Thomas says, as a child, she faced such brutal bullying that she considered suicide – until Lopes talked her out of it.

Join Georgia author Joshilyn Jackson for a look inside her latest book, Never Have I Ever.

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