West Baltimore Reimagined
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.
She is a publisher, writer, and entrepreneur. Tia Hamilton provides a voice for the voiceless with her magazine State vs. Us and she's helping improve literacy in her community as owner of Urban Reads Bookstore. We go one-on-one with Hamilton to discuss her passion for making a difference.
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.
Dr. Tamar Mendelson
As young people face more trauma in Baltimore, health exports are looking for practices to introduce that could impact the future. This episode of the Free to Bmore podcast we talk to Dr. Tamar Mendelson, Director of the Center for Adolescent Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Healing Youth Alliance
Teenagers, Sydney Johnson and Jima Chester join the Free to Bmore Podcast to share the work they are doing to break the cycle of generational trauma for the future of Baltimore.
Peers in the Library
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.