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6-25-12: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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Of course it's important for medical and nursing students to learn how to talk with patients about HIV and AIDS. We’ll find out why the University of Maryland is now teaching students in other professions, too.
Then, an Emmittsburg woman who finally found time to write her debut novel- at age 89.
J. Wynn Rousuck has a review of "Shana Unsettled" from the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
Plus: poems that react to history in the making. Tom Hall talks to Jeffrey Lamar Coleman about his anthology of civil rights poetry.