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Commentary from Community Leaders around the Baltimore Metropolitan Region.

Archive prior to October 2013

COMMENTARIES HEARD ON WYPR, DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF WYPR’S STAFF OR MANAGEMENT.

Women's History is American History

Mar 7, 2017

Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead shares her reflection on and appreciation of Women's History Month.

Setting Expectations for Government

Feb 28, 2017

Josh Fidler says it's up to the citizenry to be clear about what we want from the government. In this commentary, he shares a proposal for Mayor Catherine Pugh.

Crossing Barriers, Building Relationships

Feb 24, 2017
Bge.com

Sarah Hemminger on the need to form relationships between Baltimoreans and how "TouchPoint Baltimore" seeks to break down barriers.

Explaining Rising Healthcare Costs

Feb 14, 2017
Victoria Reay/flickr

"The many who are healthy pay for the few who are sick." 

Chet Burrell explains why healthcare is so expensive and how lifestyle choices factor into the equation. 

Supporting Mayor Pugh

Feb 7, 2017
M&T Bank

Augie Chiasera, senior vice president of M&T Bank Corporation on why Mayor Catherine Pugh deserves Baltimoreans' support.

The First 100 Days

Jan 31, 2017
Dafne Cholet/flickr

Dr. Karsonya "Dr. Kaye" Wise Whitehead on the importance of the first 100 days of a presidency and the public's response. 

Creating Change in 2017

Jan 24, 2017

Josh Fidler shares ways to create "collaborative, cross-sector, collective action" this year.

Addressing Addiction in the City

Jan 17, 2017

Sarah Hemminger, Thread co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, comments on the relationship between environment, connection and addiction.

Chet Burrell 1/10/17

Jan 10, 2017

Chet Burrell became President and Chief Executive Officer of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield in December 2007.

kayewisewhitehead.com

In this Public Commentary, Dr. Karsonya 'Kaye' Wise Whitehead wrestles with the question "How does it feel as a black person in America to be seen by the world as a problem?"

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