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- Item“An Absence That Marks A Presence”: Mapping Baltimore's Historic Lumbee Community(NPR, 2020-10-19) Kast, Sheilah
- ItemThe Absolute Disaster of Retail Energy Choice(I Hate Politics Podcasts, 2023-06-16) Dasgupta, Sunil; Peltier, LaurelThe two promises of utility deregulation in Maryland and several other states–lower prices and green energy–have not come to fruition. How energy trading firms can exploit competitive advantage to lower prices is hard to see and they have used Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), not necessarily new generation, to claim they are selling green energy. Instead, energy trading firms have been accused of deceptive marketing and overcharging customers especially low-income and minority households. Sunil Dasgupta talks with Baltimore-based energy activist Laurel Peltier to find out how things went this wrong. Music from Arlington-based roots music singer-songwriter Valeria Stewart and her band Crooked Sparrow: youtube.com/@valeriastewartmusic. Peltier’s Help Desk: https://t.ly/6QtrL MD Public Service Commission complaint link: https://t.ly/c_da
- ItemAging in Place on the Streets: Homelessness Among Older Adults(University at Buffalo School of Social Work, 2011-05-31) Kusmaul, Nancy; Ivery, Jan; Thomas, M. LoriDrs. Jan Ivery and M. Lori Thomas discuss the findings of their research with the often overlooked older adult homeless population. Our guests describe the challenges of meeting the unique needs of this population and the contradictions that are raised as the older adult homeless population burgeons.
- ItemAll Local Music Yule Log(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2021-12-24) Dasgupta, SunilChristmas Special with all local music from the Washington DC region: In order of appearance, Kara Levchenko, Sic ‘Em Buster, Bad Robot Jones, Doogie Whittaker, Two Truths, Soul Witness, Premila Mistry and Laura Guli, Emily Hall, Seth Kibel, Damon Foreman, King Soul, The Treading Lemmings, and The Airport 77s, Arlington Presbyterian Church Choir and Abby Madden.
- ItemThe (All-Women, All-Working-Class) Gangs of London w/ Nikki Vietz(UMBC Center for Social Science Research, 2023-01-23) Anson, Ian; Vietz, NikkiOn this episode we hear about the history of the 40 Elephants, an all-women, all-working-class gang that operated for over 100 years in London, thanks to the research of UMBC History MA student Nikki Vietz. Check out the following links for more information on UMBC, CS3, and our host: The UMBC Center for the Social Sciences Scholarship The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Ian G. Anson, Ph.D.
- ItemThe American Dream(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2021-11-12) Dasgupta, Sunil; English, MikeThis week we bring you a special voice-acted episode with unfiltered words and arguments from the frontlines of the zoning wars. These are real excerpts from thousands of social media posts across several platforms including Nextdoor, Facebook, Twitter, and neighborhood listservs. The language is not always appropriate for young children. Guest produced by Mike English. Voice actors: Adam Bobrow, Biz Duval, Mike English, Elana Mintz, Eric Saul, and Lisa Winston.
- ItemThe Anderson Agenda Ep 004 – Why Don’t Dogs Live That Long? (w/ Jeff Leips)(98Rock, 2017-08-11) Anderson, Mike; Leips, Jeff
- ItemAnthony Brown and Katie O’Malley for MD Attorney General IHP Candidate Interview(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2022-04-08) Dasgupta, Sunil; Brown, Anthony; O’Malley, Katie CurranThe Maryland Attorney General’s race in 2022 features two heavyweights on the Democratic side. Sunil Dasgupta talks with Congressman Anthony Brown, who served as lieutenant governor before and ran to be governor; and with Judge Katie Curran O’Malley, former first lady of the state and longtime circuit court judge in Baltimore. They talk about public safety, civil rights, and rethinking the office. Music for this episode comes from DC-based singer-songwriter Emily Hall.
- Item#APEC2016: “Collapse of the TPP definitely leaves door open for China”(Radio Sputnik, 2016) Short, John Rennie
- ItemAre School Ratings Meaningful?(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2022-12-02) Dasgupta, Sunil; Wattenberg, RuthWith Washington DC’s education leadership working to revise the city government’s School Report Card, Sunil Dasgupta talks with DC Board of Education member Ruth Wattenberg who has been fighting a long battle against test score-driven school evaluations. As the conversation dug deeper, Wattenberg opened up about charter schools, private foundation money, and mayoral control of DC’s public schools. Music from Silver Spring’s own power pop band, The Airport 77s. Local area nonprofits tell their stories and pitch for your support: Miriam’s Kitchen UpCounty Prevention Network Last week’s community organizations Woman to Woman Mentoring The Civic Circle Linus Project Montgomery County Chapter Action Committee for Transit Urban Adventure Squad The Senior Connection of Montgomery County
- ItemBaba Cissé and Arvin Kim for SMOB IHP Candidate Interview(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2022-03-31) Dasgupta, Sunil; Cissé, Baba; Kim, ArvinSunil Dasgupta speaks with Albert Einstein High School junior Baba Cissé and Walt Whitman High School junior Arvin Kim, the two finalists for the Student Member of the Montgomery County Board of Education in 2022. The SMOB is one of the eight members of the county school board, nearly co-equal with other generally elected members of the Board, but voted for only by secondary school students in the county. Music for this episode comes from DC-based singer-songwriter Emily Hall.
- ItemBetween the lines(WPKN Radio, 2019-07-31) Harris, Scott; Tuhus, Melinda; Tormos-Aponte, Fernando; Guisado, Angelo; Barber, WilliamPuerto Rican Uprising Demands Fundamental Change Beyond the Resignation of Governor Ricardo Rosselló Fernando Tormos-Aponte, PhD, Scholars Strategy Network postdoctoral fellow at the University of Missouri–St Louis Producer: Scott Harris * Trump’s New Asylum Ban Temporarily Block by Federal Court Angelo Guisado, Staff Attorney with the Center for Constitutional Rights Producer: Scott Harris * Poor People’s Campaign Demands Government Action to Address Issues of Poverty Rev. Dr. William Barber, co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign Producer: Melinda Tuhus
- ItemBlack Male Academic Achievement w/ Dr. Ramon Goings(UMBC Center for Social Science Research, 2023-03-14) Anson, Ian; Goings, Ramon; Hrabowski III, FreemanOn today’s episode we hear from Dr. Ramon Goings, Associate Professor in the Language, Literacy, and Culture doctoral program at UMBC. Dr. Goings’ “Fourteen Secrets to a Done Dissertation” On Campus Connections, we hear about an article on helping Black males succeed in the sciences–published by UMBC’s former President, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski III. Check out the following links for more information on UMBC, CS3, and our host: The UMBC Center for the Social Sciences Scholarship The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Ian G. Anson, Ph.D.
- ItemBrandy Brooks for Montgomery County Council At-Large IHP Candidate Interview(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2021-08-06) Dasgupta, Sunil; Brooks, BrandyI Hate Politics Candidate Interview with organizer and activist Brandy Brooks, who is running at-large for Montgomery County, MD, County Council. Brooks talks with Sunil Dasgupta about participatory policymaking, emphasizing groups and individuals historically excluded from policymaking and power-sharing. Music for this episode comes from Kara Levchenko, an Arlington singer-songwriter, who is the choir director in Centerville High School in Fairfax County Virginia.
- ItemBringing the Band Back Together(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2023-01-13) Dasgupta, Sunil; FinsterTwenty-five years after releasing their first album, Finster, a band originally formed in 1990s in State College, PA, release their second album, Crosswinds, on this episode. Listen to their music, how they came back together during the pandemic, and about the tough economics of local music. Kate Johnson on vocals and guitar, Doogie Whittaker on guitars, Howard Rabach on bass, and Matt Zelenz on drums. Streaming at https://finster96.bandcamp.com/ and your favorite music platform. Local news on bike lanes and Washington DC’s plan to bring back residents after the pandemic.
- ItemBrooke Lierman for Maryland Comptroller IHP Candidate Interview(I Hate Politics Podcast, 2021-09-03) Dasgupta, Sunil; Lierman, BrookeI Hate Politics Candidate Interview with Brooke Lierman for Maryland Comptroller. Lierman, who presents District 46 (Baltimore City) in Maryland General Assembly, talks to Sunil Dasgupta about her expansive view of the job of the state comptroller. Music for this episode comes from Kara Levchenko, an Arlington singer-songwriter, who is the choir director in Centreville High School in Fairfax County Virginia.