Live @ The BMI: Deindustrialization and the Future of Work (Re-air)
(This program was originally aired live on October 10, 2017)
In this archive edition of Midday, WYPR and the Baltimore Museum of Industry team up for a special program -- presented as part of BMI's Issues in Industry series -- examining Baltimore's calamitous de-industrialization, the challenge of rebuilding the city's workforce, and the future of work in Baltimore's increasingly dynamic industrial landscape. Broadcast in front of a live audience at BMI's Communications Gallery, the hour-long discussion featured Midday host Tom Hall moderating a guest panel that included Anita Kassof, BMI’s executive director; Dr. Nicole King, associate professor and chair of the Department of American Studies at UMBC; Phillip J. Pack, a retired Sparrows Point steelworker and union trainer; Lauren Purviance, with Jane Addams Resource Corp., a Baltimore job training firm; Dr. Julianne Malveaux, a labor economist, author, media commentator and CEO of Economic Education, LLC; and Joe Jones, Director, Center for Urban Families, a Baltimore nonprofit.
The panel also addressed emailed and tweeted questions and comments from the live audience.