The McGill program honors Ralph McGill's courage as editor of The Atlanta Constitution. McGill was regarded as the "conscience of the south" for his editorials challenging racial segregation in the 1950s and 1960s. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1958 for "long, courageous, effective leadership."

Awards, Fellowships, Grants [pdf]

Bibliography [pdf]


Case Studies
These case studies in journalistic courage were prepared by students enrolled in JOUR 5170 - Advanced Studies in Journalism at the University of Georgia.