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12-23-11: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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Emmanuel Hakim leads the Sudanese congregation at a Towson church. He tells us how he felt … when voted in this year’s referendum for South Sudan's independence.
Then –Johns Hopkins public health researcher Sabra Klein on why differences in the biology of men and women affect our health.
And – a Christmas tale of family and. . . cheese, from Owings Mills writer Elizabeth Bastos.
Plus – Should corporations and universities be rolling in money while “student athletes” are paid purely in glory? Historian Taylor Branch tells Tom Hall why he says no.