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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
The Kimmel Center at Johns Hopkins created a retreat for people living with metastatic cancer and their loved ones. We talk two cancer survivors, who both now work at Johns Hopkins, about the retreats and living with cancer.
On Friday, first lady Michelle Obama gave the commencement address to students of Bowie State University. Bowie State professor Allissa Richardson shares a story with us about a dramatic incident at traditionally white institution that forged her dedication to serving students at historically black institutions.
In another "Lines Between Us" essay about HBCUs, former Maryland Morning intern Brandon Green shares a family story. His twin sister was accepted to Spelman College; he was accepted to Morehouse College. He describes why his sister chose Spelman, and how he tried to find, at the University of Maryland College Park, the black cultural experience he knew he was missing by turning down Morehouse.
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Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews Beneatha's Place at CENTERSTAGE.
The American Alliance of Museums convenes this weekend in Baltimore. Alliance president Ford Bell tells Tom how museums are adapting to technological change and economic pressure.
In 1963, Gideon v. Wainwright established the right to an attorney in criminal cases. Now, 50 years later, we examine whether the system is working. What sort of counsel are the indigent receiving? And what about in civil cases, where the poor don't have a guaranteed right to counsel? We talk about it with Maryland's public defender, the executive director of the state's access to justice commission, and a law professor who thinks we still have a long way to go.
Actress, writer and director Rain Pryor discusses her newest audience-school students. Pryor tells Maryland Morning's Tom Hall about her role as co-creator of Baltimore TheatreWorks and creating a theater culture in City schools.
Tomorrow Governor O'Malley will sign into law new restrictions on guns in Maryland. We talk to the woman leading a referendum drive against the bill and to a researcher who studies gun laws across the country.
Tom Hall talks to the winner of Washington College's Sophie Kerr prize, the largest undergraduate literary award in America.