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The Klan Marched Up and Down His Street
Never before seen footage of Hank Aaron talking about what he faced outside of the stadium.
Don Adams Talks About What Segregated Ball Was To Him
NBA legend speaks on his time playing a professional career during a segregated sports climate.
Roy Stanley discusses his career and his thoughts on Georgia Tech before integration.
Kelly Dawsey, Houston County Indian
For 50 years they were denied their rings.
"It was an honor to be his wife"
With passion, Brenda Weatherspoon talks about her husband's achievements as one of the greatest coaches of all time.
Otis and Monk
Legendary NFL football player Otis Sistruck reunites with his old high school team mate "Monk" Johnson to remember their days at Spencer High School.
Legendary Jack Pitts
Jack Pitts teams up with herb white in an exclusive behind the scenes look at creating As If We Were Ghosts.
4 legendary high school coaches recap what it was like to play segregated sports from the 40's, to integration in the 70's and beyond.
Blog. Hidden Ghosts Come to Life
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GRANDMA PORTER PAVED PATH FOR GEORGIA'S FOOTBALL SUPERSTAR SHARPE
She died one month before his Football Hall of Fame Induction more than 10 years ago.
Dorothy Brown Hubbard
When Albany, Ga. voters elected their first female mayor, cheers abounded.
SCORING BIG IN THE FORGOTTEN GIA HISTORY BOOKS: 1949 CHAMPS
One of the benefits of researching history is the discovery of great finds that confirm the stories passed down through the generations.
HOW NBA'S 'ELEVATOR FROM DECATUR' BECAME GREATER
Retired Atlanta Hawks Herb White met the incomparable Leadus Sonny Bankston one rainy night
QB "GHOST" FOUND HIS "BENEFACTORS" RECEIVERS BY GOING LONG
Ron Bivins grew up playing all sports, but like most players, his amazing high school records are gone.
FOXSPORTS JOURNALIST PAM OLIVER HAS LOT IN COMMON WITH "GHOSTS"
Pam Oliver knows her way around a track field and not just because of her award-winning career as a journalist and analyst for more than 500 nationally televised appearances on FOXSports.
Ghosts No More!
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