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Baltimore artists and arts organizations use their talents to positively impact their communities and the world. Today on the Free To Bmore Podcast we talk to members of the West Baltimore Re-Imagining and Redevelopment Project to explore its pioneering approach to economic development and how culture and the arts are playing a significant role.…
 
Baltimore artists and arts organizations use their talents to positively impact their communities and the world. Today on the Free To Bmore Podcast we talk to Tia Hamilton, publisher, writer, and entrepreneur, about her passion for helping those formerly incarcerated, find their second chance in life.…
 
On this episode of the Free to Bmore Podcast, we talk to SHAN Wallace, an award-winning visual artist, photographer, and educator, about her rise as an acclaimed visual artist and photographer and her passion for creating social impact through her work.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
Young people in Baltimore are facing more and more trauma, but health experts are looking at ways to introduce practices that could have an impact on their future. Today on the Free To Bmore Podcast we talk to Dr. Tamar Mendelson, Director of the Center of Adolescent Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health about one program that’s…
 
Healing Youth Alliance Ambassadors, Sydney Johnson & Jima Chester join the Free to Bmore Podcast to share the trauma-related challenges that our youth face today and the work they are doing to break the cycle of generational trauma for the future of Baltimore.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
Dr. Kevin Daniels is a professor at Morgan State University, the Pastor at St. Martin’s Church, and a licensed social worker and counselor having worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Community Psychiatry Department. He joins the Free to Bmore Podcast to share the work he’s doing to rebuild communities in Baltimore, one seed at a time.…
 
She started helping others as a teenager when she created a special club in her garage. Now, Tee Scott is helping people overcome addiction as a recovery specialist. In this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast, we take a look at what’s being done to overcome the stigma of addiction and help people move towards a path to recovery.…
 
She suffered as a victim of human trafficking as a young adult, now Donna Bruce has dedicated her life to other victims of trauma. In this episode, she speaks out about how she became an advocate, overcoming her past and inspiring her purpose.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
His difficult childhood gave him a passion for helping children. Now, Dr. Malik Muhammad is working to change lives in Baltimore City. On this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast, we talk to Dr. Muhammad about the impact he’s making in our city and his hopes for the future of Baltimore.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
From clippers to coping strategies, Troy Staton has expanded what it means to be a barber shop. His program called More Than A Shop provides literacy help, health screenings, art shows, and more at a dozen barber shops and salons, making Baltimore better one haircut at a time.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
In this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast we welcome scholar of historical trauma, Dr. Lawrence Brown, author of The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space In America. In his book, he lays bare the negative impact of politics in Baltimore and what he thinks should be done to make black neighborhoods matter.…
 
For fourteen years Roberta's House has provided a safe space for Baltimore families to come together to deal with the loss of a loved one. On this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast, we speak with Roberta’s House founder Annette March-Grier to explore the history of the family grief support center and the impact it’s had on the community.…
 
In this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast we welcome Raguel Broy, Director of Trauma and Training Services at the Baltimore City Health Department, to find out what’s behind the push to make Baltimore a “Healing City” and the impact that could have for the future of our community.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
In this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast, we welcome Hieu Truong, Clarissa Chen, and Seema Shah-Nelson from Baltimore Asian Resistance in Solidarity to examine anti-Asian discrimination and what we can do as a City to be a true ally to our Asian neighbors.______For More Information Visit These Links- PBS' Asian Americans documentary series on A…
 
She’s a fixture in Annapolis and he is a fresh face on the political landscape. Delegate Maggie McIntosh and Councilman Zeke Cohen talk to the Free To Bmore Podcast about how they’re trying to lead Baltimore forward.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
A health crisis, the financial fallout, and a lack of trust in government are all challenges currently facing leaders in Baltimore City. This episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast we go one-on-one with two familiar leaders who are trying to move Baltimore into the future.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
New leaders in Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott and Council President Nick Mosby are familiar faces in Baltimore politics taking on new roles. Meghan Mccorkell goes one on one with each of them to talk about the challenges the City faces, their top priorities, and how they’ll work together to accomplish them.…
 
The coronavirus has changed the way we connect and communicate. It’s had a huge impact on the people who try to help our community. One of those people is Dr. Judy Postmus, the new Dean of The School of Social Work at the University of Maryland. Hear her story here.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
His church has been a change maker in Baltimore City, tackling social inequities since the 1800’s. Now, Union Baptist Church Reverend Alvin Hathaway looks at his past in the city, as works towards making a better future.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
It’s Season 3 of One Book Baltimore and this year’s writer is Baltimore’s own D. Watkins. The Free to Bmore podcast goes one-on-one with the New York Times best-selling author to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement, his book We Speak for Ourselves, and the impact he hopes to have on the next generation.…
 
What does it mean to be antiracist? What kind of actions does that require? Those are some of the subjects rising literary star Kondwani Fidel is tackling in his book, "The Antiracist: How To Start The Conversation About Race And Take Action." It’s a vulnerable and personal look at the impact racism has at the individual level and on the world as a…
 
Dr. Jay Perman oversees 12 universities and 3 higher education centers across the State of Maryland. Now, he is leading the University System of Maryland through an historic pandemic that could change the way we look at higher education in the future.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
The Coronavirus outbreak has hit vulnerable populations incredibly hard. Dr. Susan Mani, M.D. with LifeBridge Health is working with the Maryland Department of Health to track hotspots throughout the State and get needed resources to our most at-risk groups.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
For four years, Dr. Sonja Brookins Santelises has been at the helm of the Baltimore City Public School System. She’s faced challenges including layoffs, maintenance issues, and funding cuts. But there’s also been successes including rising test scores and graduation rates. Through it all, Dr. Santelises has been called a stabilizing force for City …
 
He’s been called a visionary, forward-thinking leader from Los Angeles to DC, Paris and now Baltimore, Sammy Hoi has been a force in arts education. Today as President of the Maryland Institute College of Art, he believes that art and artists can be change-makers in our society.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
Explore the $115m renovation of one of Baltimore's most iconic landmarks, the Enoch Pratt Free Library's Central Library. Listen to Pratt Library CEO Heidi Daniel, Chief of Facilities John Richardson, and Consulting Architect Sandra Vicchio discuss the process, the challenges, what's new, and their hopes for the future of this important and endurin…
 
We're commemorating 50 years of Pride on the Free to Bmore Podcast! Join us for conversations with Pratt Library’s own Emily Sachs, Dorian Gray, Lo Smith, Baltimore Magazine editor Lydia Woolever, and Jabari Lyles from the Baltimore City LGBTQ Commission.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
This episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast features renowned futurist, author, and founder and CEO of the Future Today Institute, Amy Webb. Her new book, The Big Nine: How The Tech Titans and Their Thinking Machines Could Warp Humanity, explores the challenges our civilization faces in the age of artificial intelligence.…
 
Celebrated author and activist D. Watkins joins us this month on the Free To Bmore Podcast to discuss his new book, "We Speak for Ourselves: A Word from Forgotten Black America." Listen as he retraces his steps from growing up in East Baltimore to becoming a nationally acclaimed thought-leader and how he seeks to empower kids in challenging circums…
 
He was sentenced to life in prison for killing a man when he was just 17 years old. While behind bars, Chris Wilson turned his life around, getting an education and forming a road map to becoming a better person. He bravely tells his story in his book "The Master Plan: My Journey from Life in Prison to a Life of Purpose." Today, Wilson is a social …
 
The Free To Bmore Podcast is proud to feature world-renowned educator Dr. Freeman Hrabowski who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. when he was twelve years old. As President of UMBC, Dr. Hrabowski has elevated the honors college to one of the top-ranked universities in the world.Enoch Pratt Free Library による
 
Find success with your New Year's Resolutions using these tips and resources from experts on this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast, dedicated to helping you be your best self in 2019. Check out the following segments on:1:15 - Nutrition with Anna Bakhshi, MS, CNS-C, CPT15:44 - Quitting Smoking with Letta Grant, Health Educator at Baltimore City…
 
This month the Free To Bmore Podcast welcomes Laurel Smith-Raut and Kimberly Street to explore the Social Worker in the Library program at the Enoch Pratt Free Library. The initiative has had a transformative effect on people throughout Baltimore and is a spark of hope for those looking to connect to resources. #attthepratt…
 
The inaugural episode of the Free To Bmore podcast features host Meghan McCorkel interviewing Erricka Bridgeford about Baltimore CeaseFire, a citywide initiative to reduce the murder rate in Baltimore through community outreach. They also discuss the launch of One Book Baltimore, an initiative to invite city residents to spark conversations after r…
 
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