Listen: Popular Resurrection Man story discussed on GPB

David Adams, the coordinator of Anatomical Donation Services at Augusta University, joined communications coordinator and Jagwire contributor Nick Garrett on Georgia Public Radio’s “On Second Thought” to talk about Garrett’s story profiling Grandison Harris, a slave known as the Resurrection Man who robbed graves in order to supply students at the Medical College of Georgia with bodies for their anatomy studies.

The two talked with host Celeste Headlee about Garrett’s story, “Known but to God: The story of the Resurrection Man,” which was the most popular feature story to appear on Jagwire last year.

Listen here.

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