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Karson Kamenetz with Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski
The state of the suburbs in aftermath of pandemic shutdown
Dan Weber on the Future of Energy


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MLK and the civil rights heroes among us

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was not a frequent visitor to Baltimore during his 39 years of life but his impact remains strongly felt in a city still struggling with racial inequality. When the famed civil rights leader was assassinated in 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee, this newspaper recalled at least three “official” visits by Dr. King to Maryland’s largest city, the last an appearance in 1966 on behalf of the Congress of Racial Equality or CORE, the nonviolent group famous for the Freedom Rides through the South.

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21. Look Around with Senator Malcolm Augustine

The 2022 Maryland legislative session has begun, and in episode 21 of The Lobby, Damian joins Senator Malcolm Augustine of Prince George's County to look around at the continued sacrifice of his community to battle the pandemic, and look ahead at the realities of another session affected by COVID-19. Join us for a conversation about Augustine's beginnings, delivering for your community, and recognizing the endless dedication and sacrifice of our frontline and medical communities.

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21. Look Around with Senator Malcolm Augustine

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