50 Years of Pride
It's been half a century since the Stonewall Uprising kicked off Pride marches across the world. In this episode, LGBTQ + community members discuss how far the movement for equal rights has come, and how much further there is to go.
Futurist Amy Webb talks about the impact artificial intelligence is having on all of our lives, and how advances in technology and that way it is used will change the course of history. Check out her new book The Big Nine at the Pratt today.
Baltimore writer D. Watkins delves into his new memoir We Speak for Ourselves: A Word from Forgotten Black America. Watkins talks about his life, the struggles Baltimore faces, and what each of us can do to help the city. Check out We Speak for Ourselves at the Pratt Library today.
The Master Plan
Social entrepreneur Chris Wilson bravely shares his inspirational life story. Serving life in prison at age 17, he developed a Master Plan that led him to a life of purpose. Check out his book The Master Plan at the Pratt Library now.
Women in Leadership
Pratt CEO Heidi Daniel joins the podcast to talk about the importance of mentorship and learning from different leadership systems. Instagrammer Alysha January (@discovercharmcity) talks about how she founded GalPal events to bring Baltimore women together.
Named one of Time Magazine's Most Influential People in the World, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski has been a historymaker since the age of 12, when he marched with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the Children's Crusade. In this episode, the President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County talks about his memories of the past, the opportunities of the present, and his hopes for the future.