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In partnership with the National Women’s Studies Association and Ms. Magazine, the Karson Insitute presents “COMloquium: The Perils of Teaching about Critical Race Theory: A Conversation with K-12 Teachers.” This conversation dives into the difficulties teachers across the country when it comes to teaching American history and the impact of Critical Race Theory.

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(WEAA)— Baltimore is receiving $641 million in federal pandemic relief under the American Rescue Plan. 

 

City Council President Nick Mosby and the Council committee chairs introduced a legislation to ensure monthly reports on how the money will be invested in Baltimore City. 

BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — Ericka Alston, a public relations consultant joins Two Way Talk to share her inspiring journey from drug addiction to recovery. 

 

“Recovery is also about not being bound by the people that hold you bound to your past…” - Ericka Alston

 


Morgan News Hour: 9-22-2021

Sep 23, 2021

The student-led production covers everything within the Morgan Mile to the Baltimore community at large.

  

Heartscape with Cari K. is shining the spotlight on local heroes and entrepreneurs who are striving to make a positive impact in their communities and beyond.

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WEAA—Butch McAdams, talk show host and District of Columbia State Athletic Association High School Sports Hall of Fame coach joins Two Way Talk to discuss the Baltimore Ravens’ victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. 


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Missing white woman syndrome”, is a term used by social scientist and media commentators to refer to the alleged disproportionate coverage of missing person cases involving young white woman compared to the relative lack of attention towards missing woman who are not white, men and boys.

 

Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11

Sep 22, 2021

Are you willing to vaccinate your children? 

 

Dr. James Campbell, a pediatric infectious disease expert joins Dr. Kaye for the discussion. 

Morgan News Hour: 9-21-2021

Sep 22, 2021

The student-led production covers everything within the Morgan Mile to the Baltimore community at large.

BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — Miriam Whitehead-Brice, activist, author, and founder of the grassroots organization SYSTEM, joins Two Way Talk to discuss her documentary, Rhythms of Unheard Voices

 

The film, set to debut October 21, is centered around books, messages, poems and testimonials of women in prison accused of killing their abusers.

BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — Dr. Chesahna Kindred, a board-certified dermatologist, researcher and owner of Kindred Hair & Skin Center in Columbia, MD joins Two Way Talk to share her expertise on hair loss, skin care, products and treatments. 

 

 

  

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Faisa Stafford, the first female president and CEO of Life Happens, a non-profit focused on helping individuals take personal financial responsibility, joins Two Way Talk to share the importance of having ‘love insurance’. 

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BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA)— During a roundtable discussion, three professional journalists join Dr. Kaye to weigh in on some of the biggest news stories affecting the community. 

 

The student-led production covers everything within the Morgan Mile to the Baltimore community at large.

BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA)— Morgan State’s School of Global Journalism & Communication (SGJC) kicked off its first Radio News Writing Boot Camp for WEAA-FM student reporters. 

 

Under the directive of Nicki Mayo, CEO of Nicki Mayo News LLC, a team of experienced journalists shared their media wisdom, advice and beneficial exercises to guide the aspiring correspondents along their journey to success.

 

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