Kathryn Dudeck

Kathryn Dudeck: Hawk Hero

Meet Kathryn Dudeck, Hawk Hero. Her actual title is Wildlife Director at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. However, she is also the go-to “bird person” in Medlock Park, a nearly 40 acre neighborhood located in unincorporated DeKalb County Georgia.  Video credit goes to Matt Maguire (former Medlock Park resident) One…

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Mary Francis Hill Coley: Midwife Activist

Known for her progressive views on childbirth, Mary Francis Hill Coley was an influential midwife in American history. Coley, known as Miss Mary, was an African American woman with almost no formal education, but she successfully helped deliver more than 3,000 babies over 30 years. This Black History Month, let’s…

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Lindsey Vonn, Speed Queen

Lindsey Vonn: The Speed Queen

February 9th marks the beginning of the 2018 Winter Olympics, hosted in PyeongChang. Some of our finest athletes will be competing in South Korea, including Lindsey Vonn, known as the “Speed Queen.” She missed the Olympics four years ago due to injuries, but she is now ready to win and…

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Chris Long: Hero On and Off the Field

Working for a major sports franchise can bring you fame, money, and a platform for making a difference. While some players fail to use their fame for good, there are those who take the initiative. Chris Long, an NFL defensive end, is one of those people. The events of Charlottesville shocked…

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