Ali Post

Digital Producer

Ali Post is a digital producer for WEAA. As Program Director at the radio station at Oberlin College, she became interested in radio as a forum for storytelling, education, and community-generated media content. In 2012, she worked as a production intern for the oral history project StoryCorps. In 2014, she taught radio production to teenagers at Radio Rookies, WNYC's youth media program. She also periodically does freelance research and production for the podcast Radio Diaries.

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LEON W. RUSSELL Chairman, NAACP Board of Directors.
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Leon Russell, chairman of the NAACP, gives First Edition host Sean Yoes a preview of the 108th National Convention here in Baltimore this weekend. 

Towson University and Morgan State University announce the Battle for Greater Baltimore, a renewal of the sports rivalry between the Baltimore area’s only two local universities with a college football program.

WEAA's Julius White won the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association award for "Outstanding News Series." The winning series was about the Inauguration of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh.

Episode 17 of the Rise of Charm City takes listeners to two of the city's most historically significant cemeteries: Mount Auburn, the oldest Black cemetery in the city, and Green Mount Cemetery, final resting place of many of Baltimore's 19th and early 20th century philanthropists. We also hear from Mr. Victor March Sr., President and CEO of March Funeral Homes, the largest independent funeral home on the East Coast, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year.

Stacia Brown / The Rise of Charm City

Episode 16 of the Rise of Charm City features the history of lacrosse in Baltimore city's various communities. 

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