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Pria Mahadevan


Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Pria:

The 'Queen Of Street Lit': Wahida Clark's Journey From Federal Prison To Best-Seller Lists

When Wahida Clark went to federal prison in 1999, she knew she needed some way to support her teenage daughters from behind bars. She never thought it → Read More

From The OST Archives: Stories To Revisit While You’re At Home — Week Of March 23

COVID-19 headlines have dominated the news nationally, on GPB and conversations within On Second Thought . But, there’s a lot more that our show has to → Read More

With The Resurgence of Protest Culture, Two Design Behemoths On 'The Design of Dissent'

As 2019 drew to a close, protests spilled into cities from Hong Kong to Santiago, Paris to Tehran, and Khartoum to La Paz. People around the world flocked → Read More

Author Janisse Ray On The Magic Of Books And South Georgia's Forests

Each year, The Georgia Writers Hall of Fame inducts new members to its growing list of authors who have made significant literary contributions to the → Read More

Rachel Maddow's New Book, 'Blowout,' Takes On The Global Oil And Gas Industry

The Rachel Maddow Show is the biggest draw on MSNBC’s primetime line-up. The show tilts against Fox News’ Sean Hannity in the high stakes battle for cable → Read More

High Rate Of Prison Suicides In Georgia Draws Concerns

When Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide last month in a New York Corrections Facility, questions about the state of mental healthcare in America’s prisons → Read More

From Ma Rainey To Otis Redding, The Musical Roots That Gave Georgia Its Sound

Before Outkast, Goodie Mobb and T.I. burst out of Georgia, there was Blind Willie McTell and James Brown. Before Trisha Yearwood, Alan Jackson and Jason → Read More

'On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous' Navigates The Language Of Belonging

Ocean Vuong dazzled the literary world with his first collection of poetry. His debut novel, On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous , was one of the most → Read More

On Second Thought For Monday, Aug. 26, 2019

Georgia Power is on track to close its coal ash ponds by sometime next year, and who regulates that process could change soon. The federal EPA wants to → Read More

Designing Age-Friendly Communities To Avoid 'Discriminating Against Our Future'

Georgia is aging … fast. Estimates indicate that by 2030, one in five Georgia residents will be 65 years of age or older. By 2050, the number of Georgians → Read More

Tracing The Origins Of — And Resistance To — Slavery In The U.S., 400 Years Later

This year marks 400 years since the transatlantic slave trade began. On Aug. 20, 1619, a ship carrying the first enslaved Africans to what became the → Read More

Less Like HAL, More Like Help: Artificial Intelligence Applications In The Real World

Artificial intelligence is changing technology and is already shaping the world we live in, from using Siri and Alexa to choosing the best route home from → Read More

'Women of the WPA' In The Spotlight At New Georgia Museum Of Art Exhibit

In the 1930s, the government created a package of programs to add new jobs to the faltering economy. One of them was the Works Progress Administration, → Read More