Free to Bmore Podcast
A podcast of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, this series features conversation with leaders and innovators having a positive impact on Baltimore City. Your journey starts here...
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Baltimore Asian Resistance in Solidarity
With a reported uptick in hate incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, the Free to Bmore podcast goes one-on-one with members of Baltimore Asian Resistance in Solidarity.
- National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice, South Asian Americans Leading Together
- Southeast Asian Resource Action Center
- Asian Americans documentary from PBS, a five-episode series on Asian American history
Delegate Maggie McIntosh & Councilman Zeke Cohen
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.
Sen. Cory McCray & Bill Henry
On this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast we welcome Maryland State Senator Cory McCray and Baltimore City Comptroller Bill Henry to discuss the current challenges facing our city and their perspectives on how to move forward.
New Leadership in Baltimore
A New Year brings new leadership in Baltimore. The Free to Bmore podcast goes one-on-one with Mayor Brandon Scott and City Council President Nick Mosby to talk about the challenges facing the city, their top priorities, and how they'll work together to accomplish them.
Dr. Judy Postmus
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 including Dr. Judy Postmus, the new Dean of The School of Social Work at the University of Maryland.
Rev. Alvin Hathaway
On this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast we welcome Rev. Hathaway from the Union Baptist Church to explore the history of social justice in Baltimore, and where we can go from here.