First Edition with Sean Yoes

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First Edition host Sean Yoes speaks with the organizers of Baltimore Ceasefire, Erricka Bridgeford and Ellen Gee, as well as Ashley Simmons, a trauma nurse and concerned citizen.

First Edition host Sean Yoes and Loyola professor Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead discuss the meaning of the 4th of July in Black America. Then the Mod Squad, Taya Graham and Stephen Janis of The Real News Network, speak with Baltimore author D. Watkins.

In the first hour, First Edition guest host Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead discusses education. The Baltimore Teachers Union is proposing to create a new program that would increase the number of students enrolled in school and the possible retention rate. They are teaming up with the American Federation of Teachers to present B-3, bringing back Baltimore one child at a time. Then, Dr. Whitehead speaks with Baltimore City teachers to get their perspective. 

The Mod Squad, Taya Graham and Stephen Janis of the Real News Network.
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The Mod Squad, Taya Graham and Stephen Janis of the Real News Network, sit in for First Edition host Sean Yoes. Graham and Janis speak with Luke Broadwater of the Baltimore Sun about the American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit that is seeking transparency in police abuse settlements. 

Adam J. Jackson, Chief Executive Officer of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.
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Guest Host Adam Jackson, co-founder of Leaders of  a Beautiful Struggle, sits in for First Edition host Sean Yoes. Jackson continues the series on violence and homicide in Baltimore, with an eye on solutions. 

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