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Wide Angle Youth Media and Youth Radio produced Laurell Glenn's audio essay for NPR's "All Things Considered." Laurel Glenn is 18 years old and from West Baltimore.

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A special production of the Marc Steiner Show, Voices from the Freddie Gray Protests, from producers Mark Gunnery and Stefanie Mavronis who have been out with the protesters throughout the week. You will hear from: Nyasha Dixon, Ralikh Hayes, Paul…

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Bobby Marvin Holmes, Founder of Son of a Dream, a multimedia social development firm committed to empowering youth and families, and co-director and producer of Live Young Blood; John P. Comer, Lead Organizer of Communities United; Tyrone Powers,…

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Dr. Kimberly Moffitt, Associate Professor of American Studies at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) and co-editor ofBlackberries and Redbones: Critical Articulations of Black Hair/Body Politics in Africana Communities; the Rev. Dr. Heber…

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Makayla Gilliam-Price, student from Baltimore City College High School and Founder of City Bloc; D Watkins, author, filmmaker, and Professor at Coppin State University; Ralikh Hayes, member of Baltimore Bloc; Dominique Stevenson, Program Director for…

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The 'Out of the Blocks' team of WYPR radio producer Aaron Henkin and electronic musician Wendel Patrick put together this audio-portrait of the neighborhood that’s become the epicenter of civil unrest in Baltimore. These are the voices of…

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Producer Jonna McKone goes to City Neighbors Charter School to interview students and teacher Tamara Jolly. This segment focuses on the frustration from Baltimore youth that are being judged by the police and media despite not being involved in the…

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Sheila Kast from WYPR talks to citizens in the Baltimore community after the riots near Mondawmin Mall. She spoke with citizens who were cleaning up the streets after the riots, and others who were protesting near Penn North. The discussions involved…

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Sheila Kast attends a youth-led listening session called Listen Up, Baltimore, held by the non-profit The Intersection the day after the Baltimore riots. Kast talks to three students about why the riots happened and what the community needs in order…

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Sheila Kast addresses that East Baltimore have communities working to address unemployment, police brutality, residential segregation, and violence. This segment is focused on the neighborhood McElderry Park, where Kast talks to McElderry Community…
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