The Marc Steiner Show

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The Marc Steiner Show, a production of the Center for Emerging Media, first aired on March 3, 1993, with an episode in which panelists debated the controversial birth control method, Norplant. Since that date, Marc has never shied away from grappling with the tough issues of the day, and has continued to bring the voices of all stakeholders to the airwaves – acknowledging that an informed listenership is critical to a true democracy, and trusting that educated listeners are capable of making their own decisions on issues that affect them. The topics of The Marc Steiner Show are wide-ranging, and include arts and culture; education; homelessness; international, state and local politics; women’s issues; prisons and prisoners; religion; science; sports; sustainable farming; and the environment. 

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Do poor teens in Baltimore face worse conditions than their counterparts in Nigeria, as a recent study suggests? On Tuesday’s Marc Steiner Show, Marc looks at the study, published in December's Journal of Adolescent Health, with: Dr. Kristin Mmari, Assistant Professor in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Dr. Lawrence Brown, public health consultant and Assistant Professor of Public Health in the School of Community Health and Policy at Morgan State University; and Dr.

Join Marc Steiner for the Annapolis Summit

Jan 20, 2015

Join WEAA’s Marc Steiner, host of The Marc Steiner Show,  and The Daily Record for the Annapolis Summit, January 30, 2015, from 7 to 10 a.m. at Governor Calvert House.

Governor Larry Hogan, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, House Speaker Michael Busch, and Attorney General Brian Frosh will be guests for the event, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions of these important leaders.

This is a segment from Sound Bites, our series about our food system, and focused on an article written for The Bay Journal by Whitney Pipkin called “The ‘Green Ceiling': Environmental organizations lack diversity.” Pipkin’s article examines ”The State of Diversity in Environmental Organizations,” a report issued by the Green 2.0 working group.

This is part of a 2-hour broadcast of excerpts from a town hall meeting Marc Steiner moderated at the Real News Network on the role of the community in the Police Department. The panel and the audience – including representatives from the Baltimore Police Department, public officials, activists and community members – debated and discussed the issues and possible solutions.

Baltimore City Privatizing Public Housing?

Mar 4, 2014

A week after the Baltimore Brew broke the story that Baltimore City is negotiating to sell most of its public housing high-rises to private developers, we considered this news with Jeff Singer, founder and former Executive Director of Health Care for the Homeless, and Melody Simmons, veteran journalist who wrote the Baltimore Brew article. We reached out to Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano, who declined our invitation to join us on our show, but surprised us by calling in for a comment.

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