On episode 13 of The Conference Call, Damian continues his conversation with Marc Weller and Marc Broady of Weller Development, and Cherry Hill's own Mike Middleton to get at the root value of partnership, and what that means for community health, impact, and legacy. Join us for a conversation about Marc Weller's vision for creating lasting change in Baltimore and creating spaces that draw people to the city. Then we'll hear what Mike Middleton sees as positive changes spreading outward from Port Covington.
13. The Bigger Picture (Part 2) with Marc Weller, Marc Broady, and Mike Middleton
The Fair Housing Act passed in 1968, which prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, religion, national origin, and, since 1974, sex. Our guest this week believes we need another amendment that will prohibit discrimination in housing based on economic status. Although racism and sexism are seen as overtly bad, Richard Kahlenberg notes that Americans are much more ambivalent, or even supportive, of discrimination based on class. The result is that our communities are segregated based on income, resulting in bad outcomes not only for those less off, but also the wealthy families that support these divisions.
The Need for An "Economic Fair Housing Act" with Richard Kahlenberg
If you love Russia or Vladimir Putin, you won’t like Nestor much today. Don joins a very agitated version of him to do The Recon on what Americans are willing to believe when NBC sends a reporter to the Kremlin to interview a lying murderer.
When American media outlets sanction and legitimize Russian propaganda, our citizens lose
We've heard from some of the architects of the biggest stories in Annapolis this year and asked them what they’ve accomplished during a period when Marylanders have needed them most. On episode 11 of The Lobby, we’re picking up where we left off with Senator Craig Zucker (MD-14) and Quinton Askew of Maryland 2-1-1. We’ll talk with Delegate Bonnie Cullison (MD-19) about the successes of the 2021 session, the work of groups like NAMI Maryland and RALI Maryland to combat the increase in substance misuse and mental illness during COVID, using reverse auctions to save the state money on prescription medicines without sacrificing coverage, and what The Thomas Bloom Raskin Act means for Marylanders, as well as her long-time efforts to increase school-based health centers.
Ep. 11: What Comes Next? with Delegate Bonnie Cullison
On episode 12 of The Conference Call, Damian joins Marc Weller and Marc Broady of Weller development, and Cherry Hill's own Mike Middleton to get at the root value of partnership, and what that means for community health, impact, and legacy. Join us for a conversation about Weller's roots in Buffalo and D.C., and his vision for creating lasting change in Baltimore. Then we'll hear what Broady took from his time with the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, and what Mike Middleton sees in their partnership to steward Port Covington's renaissance.
12. The Bigger Picture with Marc Weller, Marc Broady, and Mike Middleton
Candace returns for this interview with Howard County Library President and CEO Tonya Aikens to discuss the new "Brave Voices Brave Choices" campaign. This new initiative will replace the iconic "Choose Civility" campaign, which has adorned resident bumpers for over a decade. Tonya explains why it was necessary to move past the "Choose Civility" frame and tells listeners what they can expect in the months and years ahead from Brave Voices Brave Choices.
Brave Voices Brave Choices with Howard County Library CEO Tonya Aikens
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