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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
R. Dwayne Betts on his book, "A Question of Freedom: A Memoir of Survival, Learning, and Coming of Age in Prison".
Attorney and film producer Sig Libowitz tells Tom Hall how he came to make a courtroom docudrama based on recently declassified transcripts from Guantanamo detainee tribunals, and how the military reacted when he screened it for the Pentagon.
Last year 28 Baltimore juveniles were shot; half of them died. Even more young people were surely scarred psychologically. We talk with a Stanford University child psychiatrist studying the link between community violence and PTSD, and with a Baltimore public school social worker.
Maryland full-contact jouster Sir Paul Schneider shows Nathan what a professional can do with a lance and a helm.
Most births attended by midwives take place in a hospital. Yet, many people still associate midwives with births that take place at home, or in a free-standing birth center. This morning we look at the different settings for midwife-attended births in Maryland.
A Baltimore student talks about the divide between lighter and darker African-American students at his former middle school.
The story of the amazing sisters who brought Baltimore the Cone Collection of modernist art - as told by their great-niece and her daughter.
Should students be punished for skipping school? Or rewarded for attending? Sheilah talks with a Juvenile and Domestic Relations Master about a truancy reduction program used in some school systems in Maryland.