mental health

First Edition host Sean Yoes speaks to several of the powerful contributors to the Black Mental Health Alliance’s Call to Action Healing Summit. 

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First Edition host Sean Yoes welcomes a panel of experts to discuss the ubiquitous issue of blight in Baltimore —  including the battle against blight, correlations with gentrification, and solutions.

On the final day of the court proceedings connected to the HBCU Coalition lawsuit against the state of Maryland, First Edition host Sean Yoes gets a report from AFRO reporter Deborah Bailey. 

Mind on the Matter is a show that highlights current events, blended insights, mental health, community wellness, and self empowerment. On this episode, host Dr. Jeff Menzise speaks with young local rapper Lil Key and his manager, his mother. Then, Terry Taylor of Reginald F. Lewis Museum joins the show.

 

 

First Edition host Sean Yoes discusses the implementation of clergy as an active component of the Baltimore City Police Department. Plus, we’ll talk to Luke Broadwater of The Sun about the final Baltimore City Council vote for the massive, $660 million Port Covington development deal.

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