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Black History Month Spotlight: Maria Broom - Actress, Storyteller, Teacher and Dancer

Black History Month Spotlight: Maria Broom – Actress, Storyteller, Teacher and Dancer

March 7, 2019

Maria Broom talks about her career in Baltimore, starting as a reporter at WJZ-TV, as a teacher at Baltimore School for the Arts, a storyteller and a world-renowned dancer and theater and television actress. Broom talks about the state of the arts community in Baltimore

Police Rising

November 30, 2017

Detective Dawnyell Taylor and the missing center of HBO’s “Baltimore RIsing”

The Real Baltimore: Communities, Not Police Hold the Key to Halting Violence

June 26, 2017

Only stable communities empowered with the necessary resources can stop Baltimore’s out of control violence, say Retired Deputy Police Commissioner Tony Barksdale, law enforcement veteran Neill Franklin, Councilwoman Shannon Sneed, Rose Street Community Center’s Clayton Guyton, and clinical psychologist Kevin McCamant

Examining the “Israel Has a Right to Defend Itself” Narrative

August 4, 2014

Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Chris Hedges and Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour deconstruct the narrative around Israel’s right to defend itself and the media’s depiction of the Gaza assault

Race, class and opportunity

July 1, 2014
Bob Moore and Dayvon Love – How American Civil Rights Have Failed the American People

TRNN Town Hall

June 27, 2014
Without dealing with chronic poverty there can be no end to the violence. Moderated by Jaisal Noor

Reality Asserts Itself - Marisela Gomez

January 13, 2014
Marisela Gomez tells Paul Jay that redevelopment in Baltimore must start with revitalizing the community, not to gentrify and raise real-estate values, but for the benefit of people who historically lived there