The Marc Steiner Show

March 14, 2012 – Hour 1

Gardnel Carter served almost 20 years in prison for attempted murder and robbery with a deadly weapon. Today, he works with Safe Streets East as a mediator to reduce violence in Baltimore. Lester Spence is an assistant professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University and co-founder of the Baltimore Mixtape Project. John Long has been restoring the environment of historic Bread and Cheese Creek in Dundalk.


This hour, we discuss working for change with these activists, all recognized as change makers in this month’s issue of Urbanite Magazine. Read more here.

Written by Marc Steiner

Marc Steiner

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  1. Thank you so very much for inviting me to speak on your show on 3/15/12. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to spread our message on how trash negatively affects a community as well as the environment. Our organization’s motto is “Together We Can Make a Difference” and it was wonderful to be involved in a conversation with other Change Makers who believe and strive for the same thing.

    Thank you again.
    John Long
    Founder/President of Clean Bread and Cheese Creek

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