Pete Corson is an Audience Specialist for the Enterprise team. He previously worked in the same capacity for the MyAJC.com homepage, Projects & Strategic teams; as a Mobile Technology Producer, where he helped develop the AJC's iPad app; as a website Producer, serving as a channel manager for accessAtlanta.com; and as a Producer for ajc.com's strategic channels. Before that, he was a Page Designer for the Editorial department, designing the @issue and Atlanta & the World sections for the paper. He has worked at the AJC since 1998.
Latest from Pete Corson
Meet Pacman, the Yellow Lab that has been helping take a big bite out of Clayton County’s drug problem.
Sandra Taylor enters a Fulton County Schools maintenance building and smiles. Then her eyes begin to fill with tears. She pauses inside a large room filled with stacks of lumber, machinery, dust. But Taylor sees something else: remnants of a cafeteria and a small stage, a gathering place in a school where she played flute, developed...
Bailey-Johnson School alumni Charles Grogan (center) and Sandra Taylor talk with a Fulton County Schools maintenance engineer in the school's former auditorium and cafeteria. The former school building now serves as a maintenance facility for Fulton County Schools, with a carpentry shop in the former auditorium. (PETE CORSON / pcorson@ajc...
On Aug. 30, 1961, nine black students entered four formerly all-white APS high schools with little conflict. Here’s a look back at how the city managed the desegregation of its school system.
Civil Rights leader C.T. Vivian is donating his personal library of largely African-American authors and histories to the National Monuments Foundation’s Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Vine City.
The congregations of two Roswell churches—one mostly white and one mostly black—unite in conversation and fellowship for a better understanding of race.
A Gwinnett mother charged with stabbing her family smiled for the cameras during her first court appearance on July 7, 2017.
Photos: Four children and their father were stabbed to death in their Loganville home. A fifth child has been hospitalized. The mother has been charged.
Atlanta’s public pools integrated on June 12, 1963. Here’s what happened that day at Lake Clara Meer at Piedmont Park.