Closer Look: Ga.’s Air Quality; Morehouse College; And More

A haze hovers over the midtown skyline from a wildfire burning in the Northwest part of the state, Monday, Nov. 14, 2016, in Atlanta. The fires, many of them suspected arsons, have prompted evacuations in Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee in recent days. The largest of dozens of ongoing wildfires in the South have now burned more than a third of the vast Cohutta Wilderness area in the north Georgia mountains just south of the Tennessee line. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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Monday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress”:

  • 0:00: Morehouse College interim President William “Bill” Taggart talks about his appointment and the role he will play at the university;
  • 22:25: Candace Wheeler and Rose Scott visit 10th Street and Juniper Street, a housing development for the aging and disabled that’s currently under renovation, as part of ”Closer Look’s” series on affordable housing;
  • 34:27: June Deen, the American Lung Association’s senior vice president of public policy and health promotions, talks about the group’s 2017 State of the Air report and the overall state of Georgia’s air quality.

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