Estela Carlotto stands by her portrait that was painted by Atlanta-based portraitist Ross Rossin.

In celebration of its first anniversary, Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights honored Estela Carlotto, the mother of one of the tens of thousands killed during Argentina’s “Dirty War” from 1976-83, who has led a crusade to find their missing offspring including her grandson. More
With his retirement on the horizon six months away, Charles Stokes, the CDC Foundation’s president and CEO from its inception in 1995, is focusing his attention on supporting a global response to the continued threats of the Ebola virus. More
An annual logistics conference focused on India is set to draw Judy Rising Reinke, deputy director general of the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service, among other key speakers from the U.S. and India, to Atlanta June 3.  More
Following her visit with Costa Rica’s president, Luis Guillermo Solís, in Atlanta this week on May 19, Kavita Pandit, the University of Georgia’s provost of international education, told Global Atlanta how pleased she was to learn of his awareness of the activities of the UGA campus at the foot of the Monteverde Cloud Forest in the Central American country. More
For Magda Giannikou, performing at the Atlanta Jazz Festival offers a chance to weave a piece of her musical fabric into the patchwork of international artists and jazz supergroups that form this year’s impressive line up. More

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