January 17, 2011 – Hour 2

Last Thursday, Tessa Hill-Aston was sworn in as the first woman President of the Baltimore City NAACP in 30 years.  She is a long-time employee of Baltimore City and a community activist, and she joins us this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to discuss her plans for her time in office.

Last Thursday, Tessa Hill-Aston was sworn in as the first woman President of the Baltimore City NAACP in 30 years.  She is a long-time employee of Baltimore City and a community activist, and she joins us this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to discuss her plans for her time in office.

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