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Diana Morris, Director of the Opening Society Institute-Baltimore, says the city is connecting new ideas in education, health care, and crime.
Orange is the New Black author Piper Kerman argues mass media can help end mass incarceration.
Freeman Hrabowski, President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, argues the likelihood of getting out of poverty in the U.S. is too low and too misunderstood.
Ian Handley López, author of Dog Whistle Politics, shares statistics that show Republicans and Democrats depend on voters deeply divided by race.
Storyteller Maria Broom, author of The Village Bully, says that tradition and compassion, rather than shame and punishment, can help end bullying.
David Miller, Co-Founder of the Urban Leadership Institute, describes instances of police brutality in Baltimore and why young black men are "at war."