Monday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress”:
- 0:00: Jonathan Rapping, attorney and professor at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, and Ilham Askia, executive director of Gideon’s Promise, talk about Gideon’s Promise – a nonprofit that focuses on criminal justice reform;
- 20:06: Isabelle Welch and Jaden Cody, students at Maynard Jackson High School, explain Pi Day;
- 32:41: Candace Wheeler talks about Pi Day, Daylight Savings Time, Cokie Roberts and “Carpool Karaoke” in today’s “Trending” segment;
- 37:29: Tom Smith, professor at Emory’s Goizueta Business School, discusses the prices of gas, food and postage, among other economic issues;
- 53:14: As part of the WABE series “Advancing Atlanta: Education,” Kate Sweeney reports on how one Atlanta learning center is trying to address literacy rates earlier than usual;
- 58:00: John Bowers, chief of Game Management at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, discusses plans to keep an alligator in the Chattahoochee River safe.