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City Council to vote on funding for police training center; Morehouse and JP Morgan Chase team up to help Black business owners; Research examines the mental health impact of active shooter drills on students

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Atlanta City Council members are expected to vote today on the funding for the proposed Atlanta Public Safety Training Center. WABE’s criminal justice reporter Chamian Cruz joins “Closer Look” with the latest.

Plus, Morehouse College recently received $1 million grant from JPMorgan Chase to support Black businesses in metro Atlanta. Morehouse President David Thomas and Alicia Wilson, the managing director and global head of philanthropy for North America at JP Morgan Chase, discuss the grant and an initiative to launch a regional network for organizations dedicated to serving entrepreneurs of color.

Lastly, HB 147, a bill that requires schools conduct an active shooter drill near the start of each school year, goes into effect in Georgia on July 1st. Sarah Burd-Sharps, a senior director of Research at Everytown for Gun Safety, discusses research about the mental health impact of active shooter drills on students.

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Atlanta City Council members are expected to vote today on the funding for the proposed Atlanta Public Safety Training Center. WABE’s criminal justice reporter Chamian Cruz joins “Closer Look” with the latest.

Plus, Morehouse College recently received $1 million grant from JPMorgan Chase to support Black businesses in metro Atlanta. Morehouse President David Thomas and Alicia Wilson, the managing director and global head of philanthropy for North America at JP Morgan Chase, discuss the grant and an initiative to launch a regional network for organizations dedicated to serving entrepreneurs of color.

Lastly, HB 147, a bill that requires schools conduct an active shooter drill near the start of each school year, goes into effect in Georgia on July 1st. Sarah Burd-Sharps, a senior director of Research at Everytown for Gun Safety, discusses research about the mental health impact of active shooter drills on students.

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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