0:00: Rose gives a news brief on the current forecast for Hurricane Dorian.
And, in other news, Fulton officials have confirmed the county’s first case of human West Nile virus.
Finally, we hear the latest on a state investigation into the Sterigenics facility in Cobb County.
5:32: This year the local refugee resettlement non-profit New American Pathways celebrates five years. The organization’s CEO Paedia Mixon joins “Closer Look” in studio to discuss how the mission of the organization has been impacted in light of President Trump’s policies around immigration and refugee resettlement.
32:15: Since 1991 the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership Inc. has a mission to “promote, create and preserve mixed-income communities through direct development, lending, policy research and advocacy that result in the equitable distribution of affordable housing throughout the metropolitan Atlanta region.” Earlier this week, we heard about the group’s efforts to address the decline in African American home ownership. Today, the organization’s President and CEO John O’Callaghan talks about metro Atlanta’s current affordable housing challenges and the role organizations like ANDP can play in finding solutions.
Closer Look is produced by Candace Wheeler and Grace Walker. Joy Barge is a contributing producer.