The family of Manuel Teran calls for more transparency from the GBI; OneGoal aims to prepare local students for college; GSU conference examines Black culture's role in fighting for social justice


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The family of Manuel Teran held a press conference this morning. A private autopsy paid for by the family reveals that the 26-year-old was shot 13 times by law enforcement at the location of the planned Atlanta Public Safety Training Center. WABE’s criminal justice reporter Chamian Cruz joins “Closer Look” to discuss the latest.

Plus, OneGoal executive director Taylor Ramsey and LaShanti Holland, a OneGoal alum and sophomore at Clayton State University, discuss how the OneGoal program is preparing students for college who have limited access to resources.

Lastly, Dr. Lakeyta Monique Bonnette-Bailey, an associate professor of Political Science at Georgia State University, discusses the Beyond The Culture II: Black Popular Culture and Social Justice conference that’s happening this week at GSU.

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