Penetrating, innovative coverage of topics you won't find covered in more traditional magazines. Excellent.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Superb, informative reading. An unparalleled source on the South and its national significance.
Tom Wicker, The New York Times

The single best source for keeping in touch with the changing South.
Julian Bond

A case of editorial persistence and ingenuity ... Southern Exposure has managed to stay alive and kicking (mainly the shins of the mighty and retrograde) without catering to fleeting trends or upscale fantasies.
USA Today

Visually, politically, in its range of voices and concerns, it is stunning.
Adrienne Rich

Filled with wonderful articles, stories, and photographs. Indispensable material for human rights activists.
Amnesty International

Chronicles the unwritten social and cultural history and contemporary life of a region often misunderstood.
Rolling Stone

Southern Exposure has been making life uncomfortable for the powers that be in the South for a long time.
The Washington Post

I only wish my generation had started such a stimulating magazine.
C. Vann Woodward

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