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After lawsuit, a town elects first Black leaders in its 200-year history

Small-town elections where just a few hundred people cast ballots typically don’t get much outside attention. But Tuesday’s vote in Federalsburg, a 200-year-old enclave of about 2,800 people in Caroline County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, made history as residents elected the town’s first Black council members. In a community where about 43 percent of the population is Black, the election of Black leaders was long overdue, said residents and civil rights leaders who celebrated the wins.



Interning at KO Public Affairs with Jack Sherman and Damian O’Doherty

In this week's episode, Damian is joined by former KO Public Affairs Intern Jack Sherman. Jack was a summer intern at KO Public Affairs' Mount Vernon Headquarters overlooking Baltimore's Washington Monument. Jack discusses the many hands that shape every public affairs engagement and the best places to eat in Baltimore.

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Interning at KO Public Affairs with Jack Sherman and Damian O’Doherty
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