March 10, 2014 – Web Exclusive - This day in history marks the life of Rev. David Smith. This early AME pastor was born enslaved in the vicinity of Baltimore County in the late 18th century and later became a minister in the AME Church.
March 10, 2014 – Segment 3 - Baltimore City Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano joins me in-studio to discuss privatization of 40% of the public housing units in Baltimore, and the future of public housing in our city.
March 10, 2014 – Segment 1 - Marc talks about what happened on this day in history, including the day the first successful telephone call was made, the day Harriet Tubman died, and the day Daisy Lampkin, founder of the National Council of Negro Women, died.
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