Closer Look: New Book Tells The Story Of The Fight To End Segregation At Georgia State; ARC Shares Forecasts For 2050

Iris Mae Welch, Barbara Hunt and Myra Elliot Dinsmore were three plaintiffs in the case Hunt v. Arnold, the court case that found segregation at Georgia State University to be unconstitutional.
Iris Mae Welch, Barbara Hunt and Myra Elliot Dinsmore were three plaintiffs in the case Hunt v. Arnold, the court case that found segregation at Georgia State University to be unconstitutional.
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Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019 on “Closer Look with Rose Scott:”

  • 0:00: Rose Scott gives a news brief on former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’s statement that she would be “happy” to be a vice-presidential candidate. Political analyst Fred Hicks joins “Closer Look” in-studio discuss this, and more of the latest Georgia political news.
  • 20:11: Mike Carnathan, manager of ARC’s Research and Analytics Group, joins “Closer Look” in studio to discuss the Atlanta Regional Commission’s latest population and employment forecasts.
  • 36:15: Maurice C. Daniels, dean emeritus and professor emeritus of the School of Social Work at the University of Georgia, joins “Closer Look” from WUGA in Athens to discuss his new book, “Ground Crew: The Fight To End Segregation At Georgia State,” which tells the story of Hunt v. Arnold, the court case that found segregation at Georgia State University to be unconstitutional.

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