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Columbia Downtown, Black History Month, Walter P Carter
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Columbia’s downtown redevelopment is finally happening after eight years in the making. We ask Howard County Executive Ken Ulman and planner Mark Thompson … what needs to happen in housing, retail space and transit to change suburban to urban.
Last February, Loyola professor Kaye Whitehead called for an end to Black History Month, saying we needed to remember black Americans 365 days of the year. She's changed her mind. We ask her why.
J. Wynn Rousuck reviews "Naomi's Flight" at the Baltimore Theatre Project.
A new documentary about Baltimore civil rights activist Walter P. Carter airs tonight on Maryland Public Television. We talk with the executive producer and Carter's daughter, Delegate Jill P. Carter.