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

First Edition host Sean Yoes talks to Tim King, founder of the Urban Prep Academies in Chicago, which for the last eight years had a 100 percent graduation rate, and a 100 percent college acceptance rate for all of their young men, including one who was accepted at 39 different colleges! 

First Edition host Sean Yoes talks to Tim King, founder of the Urban Prep Academies in Chicago, which for the last eight years had a 100 percent graduation rate, and a 100 percent college acceptance rate for all of their young men, including one who was accepted at 39 different colleges! 

Red Sox at Orioles 9/19/16.
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As the Spring Membership Drive continues, First Edition host Sean Yoes is joined by Luke Broadwater of the Baltimore Sun, who discusses how the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is being brought into Baltimore to help combat skyrocketing gun violence and homicides. 

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On Thursday, Gov. Larry Hogan issued a statement saying his office of Minority Affairs will initiate a study on the racial disparities in Maryland’s medical marijuana industry. It seems those types of disparities don’t exist in D.C.’s medical marijuana industry. First Edition host Sean Yoes focuses on the Black cannabis community in D.C., talking to Dezo El and Imani Monet of Buttermilk 420 Farms, which teaches people how to grow marijuana and offers cannabis infused products.

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