Public Commentary on WYPR You can hear commentary from Community Leaders around the Baltimore Metropolitan Region Tuesday mornings at 10:04 am.Commentary heard on WYPR do not necessarily reflect the Opinions of WYPR staff or management.
Public Commentary on WYPR

Public Commentary on WYPR

From WYPR - 88.1 FM Baltimore

You can hear commentary from Community Leaders around the Baltimore Metropolitan Region Tuesday mornings at 10:04 am.Commentary heard on WYPR do not necessarily reflect the Opinions of WYPR staff or management.

Most Recent Episodes

Copeland: Remembering The History Of Slavery In Baltimore

Jackie Copeland comments on the history of enslaved African Americans in Baltimore.

Atlas: Hospitals Helping Start The School Year Off Right

The summer of 2019 is flying by. As schoolkids across Maryland prepare to return to their classroom, the hospitals and health systems that serve your communities are helping to make sure your kids start the school year off right. They're offering check-ups, vaccinations, routine care, sports physicals and more.As devoted caregivers, it's the privilege of our doctors and nurses to welcome children into the world and to continue to help them grow and to thrive. And, increasingly, we partner with the community and with local schools to make sure students are healthy – and ready to learn.

Bowen: The Three Rs of Education

What does thinking for yourself really mean? Jose Antonio Bowen, former president of Goucher College and self-regulated learner, tells us.

Curley: Do The Right Thing

Michael Curley, environmental lawyer and author, tells us how we can help save the Chesapeake Bay and reduce global warming.

Copeland: Kwame Onwauchi's Rise

Jackie Copeland, executive director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, tells us about Kwame Onwauchi's unique journey to become a well-respected chef and author.

Bowen: How Learning Works

Jose Antonio Bowen, former president of Goucher College, explains how the five most important things people can do to improve learning are S.W.E.E.T.

Atlas: Using Telehealth To Meet People Where They Are

Bob Atlas, president and CEO of the Maryland Hospital Association, explains how hospitals are using telehealth to care for communities.

Curley: The Chesapeake Bay Keepers Club

Why don't we have Chesapeake Bay keepers? San Francisco has them, Narragansett has them...Michael Curley explains how it could work, and why it's important.

Atlas: Hospitals Finding A Remedy For Food Insecurity

ob Atlas, president and CEO of the Maryland Hospital Association, comments how Maryland's health care leaders and public officials are working to provide Marylanders with fresh, affordable food.

Bowen: The Future of Work

Goucher College President Jose Bowen comments on why the future of work is about being complimentary to technology, not dependent on it.

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