Closer Look: Princeton University Professor Talks ‘The Science of Racial Bias;’ A Conversation About ‘Rent Stabilization,’ Other Affordable Housing Solutions in Atlanta

Dr. Stacey Sinclair, Princeton University psychology and public affairs professor, joins “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in studio to share some of her research on implicit and explicit racial bias.
Dr. Stacey Sinclair, Princeton University psychology and public affairs professor, joins “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in studio to share some of her research on implicit and explicit racial bias.
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Thursday, February 6, 2020 on “Closer Look with Rose Scott:”

  • 0:00: Rose Scott gives a news brief on a flood watch in effect in North and Central Georgia through Friday morning.
  • And, in other news, Georgia lawmakers are taking an unscheduled break until February 18 to focus on amending the state budget.
Georgia State University urban studies Professor Dan Immergluck
Georgia State University urban studies Professor Dan Immergluck joins “Closer Look with Rose Scott” to discuss legislation and other alternatives to preserving affordable housing. Photo credit: LaShawn Hudson
  • 02:54: Earlier this week, Atlanta City Councilmember Antonio Brown joined “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in studio to discuss a “rent stabilization” resolution he proposed, which was later passed by the city council. Today, Georgia State University’s urban studies Professor Dan Immergluck discusses this legislation and other alternatives to preserving affordable housing.
  • 29:26: Princeton University psychology and public affairs professor Dr. Stacey Sinclair will visit Morehouse College this evening for a lecture called, “Prejudice in the Blink of an Eye: The Science of Racial Bias.” Ahead of that event, she joins “Closer Look with Rose Scott” in studio to share some of her research. More information on the Implicit Association Test can be found here.

“Closer Look” is produced by Candace Wheeler, Grace Walker and LaShawn Hudson.