Renewing Our Vowels: A study of life goals. Truth can be a trickster, revealing itself in unexpected moments. It snuck up on me at a Hope and Help Festival at Lafayette Park in Baltimore. Leaned up against the wall, … Continued
As educators and foundations consider how to expand STEM learning in Baltimore, I’d like to offer a few recommendations. First, define STEM broadly. When we see STEM as a way of understanding and solving problems of all kinds, it becomes … Continued
In a room filled with scientists, researchers and government officials, two seniors from City College High School, Nil Walker and Cameron Potts are answering questions about their summer research project. They explain how they collected and counted mosquito larvae, tested … Continued
Doris Toles, watches as decisions are made on the quality of her air. Toles has been hospitalized when poor air quality in Baltimore left her struggling to breathe. She was attending the Air Quality Control Advisory Council meeting at the … Continued
Del Shane Robinson speaks out for better regulation of old, highly polluting coal burning power plants in Maryland.
Interviews with Destiny Watford, graduate of Benjamin Frankin High School, Charles Graham, student at Benjamin Franklin High School and Mike Ewall, Director of Energy Justice Network at the protest march against the planned Energy Answers Incinerator on a site one … Continued
Testimony on whether the Public Service Commission should allow the largest incinerator in the nation to be built at Curtis Bay, Maryland, where two schools are located within a mile.