The Marc Steiner Show

Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-noon
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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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The Marc Steiner Show brings you a conversation from the archives: host Marc Steiner speaks with Gyasi Ross, father, writer, artist, attorney, member of the Blackfeet Tribe, and author of How To Say I Love You In Indian. Steiner and Ross talk about the life and politics of America and racism, from the perspective of a Native American artist and activist.

From the Marc Steiner Show: Getting Youth to Vote

Nov 8, 2016
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Host Marc Steiner discusses Youth and the Election. Steiner begins with the Hip Hop Caucus and an intern at Advancement Project. 

From the Marc Steiner Show: Election Coverage

Nov 7, 2016

For the National Election Roundtable, host Marc Steiner is joined by Charles Ellison, national correspondent and host of The Ellison Report for WEAA; and Zoë Carpenter, Associate Washington Editor for The Nation.

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Host Marc Steiner continues the show's local coverage with a Local Election Roundtable. Steiner is joined by Lisa Snowden-McCray, writer and Associate Editor for City Paper; and Luke Broadwater, reporter at the Baltimore Sun, where he covers Baltimore’s City Hall and Local Politics.

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Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby joins Marc Steiner to talk about her proposals for police reform and for investigating and prosecuting police conduct.