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Listen Up! May 12

May 15, 2017
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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad starts the hour speaking with educator, speaker and author, Dr. Steve Perry. Muhammad and Dr. Perry discuss the state of black education, the value of black teachers in the classroom, and more. Then, the Muhammad speaks with the newest hip hop collective group in Baltimore, the Floating Stones. And closing the show is the Producer’s Pick segment with Meaca. 

 

In this segment of the Hip Hop Chronicles, Mike Nyce talks with local activists from the Baltimore Housing Roundtable and Fight Blight Baltimore about their movement to rebuild blighted city neighborhoods and create fair housing and job opportunities in the inner city.

President Donald Trump at CPAC 2017 February 24th, 2017.
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In this segment of the Hip Hop Chronicles, Morgan State Professor and Political Analyst Jason Johnson gives his undivided opinion on President Trump's first 100 days in office. Then, he shares his 2017 NBA finals predictions.

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Listen Up! host Farajii Muhammad talks about the life, legacy, and impact of Charlie Murphy. Morgan State University students review Kendrick Lamar's new album. Muhammad has the official What's Good in the Hood Report. And, Morgan State University has announced this year's commencement speaker.

In this edition of the HipHop Chronicles, host Mike Nyce sits down and speaks with Sofia Hailiu of the Major Key Foundation about their summer camp initiative, where children are taught the essence of Hip-Hop and Classical music, and how to fuse the two.

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