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Southern Poverty Law Center Podcast Dives Into Stone Mountain Park’s Future, Confederate Imagery

Geraldine Moriba co-hosts the podcast "Sounds Like Hate," sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The latest episode focuses on the recently approved changes to Stone Mountain Park's Confederate imagery.
Geraldine Moriba co-hosts the podcast "Sounds Like Hate," sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The latest episode focuses on the recently approved changes to Stone Mountain Park's Confederate imagery.
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Last month, the Stone Mountain Memorial Association Board voted to move Confederate flags that greet visitors to the base of the 90-foot-tall carving of Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and Stonewall Jackson. The park’s logo, which depicts the three Confederate leaders, is also set to change.

Geraldine Moriba co-hosts the podcast “Sounds Like Hate,” sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The latest episode focuses on the recently approved changes to Stone Mountain Park’s Confederate imagery.

Moriba recently spoke with WABE’s “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress about the episode and the financial future of Stone Mountain.

Lily Oppenheimer contributed to this report.