Closer Look: College Park Mayoral Candidate Shares Her Proposed Plans; Lost-N-Found Youth Opens New Center For LGBTQ Youth

Bianca Motley Broom, former Fulton County Magistrate Judge and candidate for Mayor of College Park, joins “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in studio to discuss her plans for the city.
Bianca Motley Broom, former Fulton County Magistrate Judge and candidate for Mayor of College Park, joins “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in studio to discuss her plans for the city.
Credit Grace Walker

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019 on “Closer Look with Rose Scott:”

  • 0:00: Rose Scott gives a news brief on reports that state health officials have identified the likely source of a measles outbreak in Cobb County.
  • 01:09: And, in other news, State Senator Nikema Williams, chair of the Georgia Democratic Party, joined “Closer Look with Rose Scott” by phone Tuesday morning for a conversation about preparations for tomorrow’s democratic debate, which will be hosted at Tyler Perry Studios.
  • 09:10: Bianca Motley Broom, former Fulton County Magistrate Judge and candidate for Mayor of College Park, joins “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in the studio to discuss her plans for the city. Smyrna’s run-off mayoral election is scheduled for Dec. 3, 2019.
  • 32:41: Since 2011, Lost-n-Found Youth has had a mission to serve homeless LGBTQ youth. Now, the organization is expanding its outreach efforts with a new drop-in center located in Grant Park. Nasheedah Muhammad and Ernest Walker, co-executive directors for Lost-N-Found Youth, join “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in the studio to discuss the new, 5,000 square foot facility.
Nasheedah Muhammad and Ernest Walker, co-executive directors for Lost-N-Found Youth, join “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in studio to discuss a new, 5,000 square foot facility aimed at helping homeless LGBTQ youth. (Photo credit: Grace Walker)

Closer Look is produced by Candace Wheeler and Grace Walker. Joy Barge is a contributing producer.