Baltimore homicide

Host Sean Yoes speaks with two of the organizers of the August 4-6 Baltimore Ceasefire: Erricka Bridgeford, director of training for Community Mediation Maryland, and Ellen Gee, director of The Evolution of Perspective. 

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. 

Adam J. Jackson, Chief Executive Officer of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.
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Adam Jackson, co-founder of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, sits in as guest host. Jackson continues a series of conversations about violence and homicide in Baltimore, focusing on solutions as the “Baltimore Ceasefire” approaches, on August 4-6. 

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First Edition host Sean Yoes speaks with former federal prosecutor Sheryl Wood, founder of the Wood Law Firm, about the role of former Maryland U.S. Attorney and current deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in the FBI’s investigation into Russian influence on the 2016 election.

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, are guest hosts for Sean Yoes. They discuss Attorney General Jeff Sessions' letter to Congress. Sessions is actually seeking permission and plans to prosecute those for growing marijuana for legal and medical reasons. 

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