Sunday, October 25, 2020

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Hrabowski elaborates on the value of education and community involvement in learning

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Anyone who knows anything about UMBC and its incredible achievements this century know that the man behind the scenes there has been as humble as the university he found in Catonsville back in 1987.

When Don Mohler and Nestor Aparicio set an agenda to do this Baltimore Positive blog and podcast site, THIS was the kind of interview, chat and open debate that we were looking to provide to local residents and concerned citizens regarding the issues in our community. Dr. Freeman Hrabowski represents the best of the best of our community.

This is the third and final part of our trio of podcasts with Dr. Hrabowski speaks for itself.

Listen and learn (like we did!)

This one has some deeper discussions about the growth of UMBC and its role in the community, especially with children in the area.

Next week, you’ll hear our lengthy Baltimore Positive discussion with Donald Fry of the Greater Baltimore Committee from Faidley’s Seafood in the legendary Lexington Market. We also spent time visiting with the Devine family, who will told us the history of the market and jumbo lump crab meat vs. “backfin” on the podcast.

Circle your calendar for Thursday, June 20th as we return to Faidley’s Seafood Market to chat with Mayor Jack Young.

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