May 25, 2015 – Segment 1 – We listen to another episode of our documentary series about the Vietnam War, Shared Weight. We hear Artists Born of War, where artists and writers from all sides of the Vietnam War reveal how that conflict influenced – and maybe even birthed – their work.
May 22, 2015 – Segment 5 – You hear from some of Baltimore’s talented new young journalistic voices, students at UMBC. We hear about Station North, a neighborhood that has been undergoing a great deal of transition,
May 22, 2015 – Segment 4 – You hear from some of Baltimore’s talented new young journalistic voices, students at UMBC, who worked with Marc on a project called Baltimore Traces: Communities in Transition, which brought students into Baltimore City to study neighborhoods, where they conducted interviews with local residents and workers.
May 22, 2015 – Segment 2 – We begin the show with our weekly feature, Tengella’s Take, when actor, educator, and activist Koli Tengella offers his thoughts on our world today. Today’s installment is “I’m African Yal & Thats A Fact Yal.”
May 22, 2015 – Segment 1 – Today in history, Langston Hughes passed away, the Caribbean island of Martinique abolished slavery, and Katherine Mary Dunham, the “Queen Mother of Black Dance,” passed away.
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