Tuesday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":
- 1:00: Linda Meredith, one of the organizers demonstrating to demand a meeting with Sen. Johnny Isakson, talks about why they’d like to meet with Isakson about health care, public education, voting rights and economic policy;
- 12:45: Jim Burress takes a tour of the halfway-finished PATH400 project, which is trying to connect the BeltLine to northern suburbs;
- 24:36: Michole Washington, a recent graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology speaks with Rose Scott about being the ninth African-American woman to receive a B.S. in applied mathematics from the institute;
- 31:00: Scott and Burress read a statement from Sen. Johnny Isakson’s office about the demonstration created by local residents who would like to meet with him.
- 32:48: Aly Clift, executive director of the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia, discusses an upcoming program designed to support those living with epilepsy by providing services that includes vocational training.