Thursday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":
- 0:00: Rose Scott and Jim Burress give an update on Gov. Nathan Deal’s evacuation order in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew;
- 0:55: "Closer Look" looks back to 2010, when Jim Burress reported on the disappearance of gay spaces in Atlanta;
- 7:01: Franklin Abbott, a longtime activist and openly gay man, recalls what it was like to be gay in the 1970s and 80s;
- 16:18: Philip Rafshoon, former owner of Outwrite books, talks about his 20 year front row seat view of Atlanta’s LGBTQ movement;
- 26:30: Jamie Fergerson, executive director of Atlanta Pride Committee, talks about how Atlanta’s Pride Festival has evolved over the years and what’s in store for the future;
- 36:12: Jahleelah Shaheed, a teenager who doesn’t believe in gender, talks about their views on labeling within the LGBTQ community;
- 40:30: Chanel Haley, transgender inclusion organizer with Georgia Equality, talks about the future of the LGBTQ movement.