Closer Look: Hosea Helps Pt. 2; Preparing For A Market Downturn; Questions Loom Around HIV treatment for Fulton County Inmates

On today's "Closer Look," hear the second installment in our two-part series with Hosea Helps CEO Elisabeth Omilami.
On today's "Closer Look," hear the second installment in our two-part series with Hosea Helps CEO Elisabeth Omilami.
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Wednesday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott”:

  • 0:00: Many market analysts predict that a global recession at the end of 2019 is fairly likely. What can businesses and consumers do to protect themselves? Buck Wiley, a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch in Atlanta, explains.
  • 17:45: Less than two-thirds of HIV-positive inmates in Fulton County Jail received medication to treat the virus last year, according to a new investigation by Project Q Atlanta. Journalist Patrick Saunders joins Rose in studio to break down the facts and numbers from his report.
  • 33:00: During the holiday season, Hosea Helps provides thousands of meals for poor and homeless people living in Atlanta. But, their work also continues year-round, as the organization provides food, clothing and essential services to those in need. We continue with the second installment in our two-part series with Hosea Helps CEO Elisabeth Omilami to learn more. You can listen to part oneĀ here.

Closer Look is produced by Candace Wheeler and Grace Walker.