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1-21-13: Ravens take the AFC, Maryland and the inauguration, "August: Osage County," civil rights exhibit at UMBC
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The Baltimore Ravens are going to the Super Bowl. They'll square off against the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans on February 3rd. Tom Hall talks with Mark Hyman about last night's AFC Championship game and looks ahead to the Super Bowl.
In Washington, President Obama is getting ready for the celebration of his second inaugural. But his wax figure is here in Baltimore. We check in with those gathering at the Great Blacks in Wax Museum, talk with NAACP lobbyist Doc Cheatham, and talk to some Maryland inauguration attendees catching trains at Baltimore's Penn Station.
Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck and Tom Hall converse about Everyman Theatre's production of "August: Osage County."
Many discussions have focused on the influence of music in the struggle for racial equality, but what was the role of media and visual culture during the civil rights movement? To discuss this, Tom talks with Dr. Maurice Berger, research professor at The University of Maryland, Baltimore County and author of the book "For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights." Dr. Berger also curates a traveling exhibition of the same name.