Latest Show Podcasts:
September 19, 2017 – DACA’s Effect on Community – While the plight of the young people registered through DACA has left the headlines, we share with you a panel discussion that looks at the depth of the issue. We hear from a DACA registrant about loving this country while living under threat of being deported from the only country she knows.
September 7, 2017 – Avi Chomsky – For our latest podcast we interviewed Avivia Chomsky, Professor of History and Coordinator of Latin American Studies at Salem State University. We discussed the history of DACA and the effect that rescinding this policy will have on 800,000 DACA holders, and 10 million undocumented immigrants.
September 6, 2017 – Tent City – For our latest podcast we interviewed some of the organizers and participants from the Tent City who camped out in front of Baltimore’s City Hall. Many were homeless, some were housing insecure and some were supporters demanding housing for the homeless.
August 29, 2017 – The Baltimore Artistic Family – Our latest podcast features an amazing Baltimore family of artists, writers and musicians.Guy Curtis is a professional drummer who formerly played with George Clinton. Curtis’ daughter, Victoria Kennedy, is a Baltimore-based writer. Her son, Lawrence Burney, who has been a guest on my show before, writes for VICE and publishes his own Zine “True Laurels”.
August 22, 2017 – Charlottesville & The Removal of Confederate Monuments – Johns Hopkins scholar and activist Dr. Nathan Connolly wrote a reflection and analysis in the Washington Post about Charlottesville and the removal of Confederate monuments. He joined us for an illuminating and interesting conversation
August 22, 2017 – Lisa Snowden McCray – As we continue to reflect on recent events, we talk with Baltimore Sun Editorial Board member Lisa Snowden McCray on how it felt as a mother and Black woman to witness the Lee/Jackson monument in Baltimore come down at one o’clock in the morning.
August 15, 2017 – The Battle For Charlottesville – We talk with scholar, activist and writer Jelani Cobb about his New Yorker article “Battle of Charlottesville.” Cobb offers his analysis and observations on the movement of neo-nazis and racists confronted in Charlottesville.