Sunday Platform
March 19, 2017

“Autocracy and Populism on the Rise: Lessons from Turkey in the Trump Era”

Mahir Zeynalov is the first Turkish journalist to be deported from Turkey, and the first that President Erdogan sought to have imprisoned.

Sunday Platform
March 12, 2017

“Fragility and Resilience”

Hugh Taft-Morales explores the important trait of resilience to survive health challenges, national crises, and ecological threats.

Sunday Platform
March 5, 2017

“Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network”

The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is the nation’s leading organization devoted to addressing LGBTQ issues in America’s K-12 schools.

Sunday Platform
February 26, 2017

“Baltimore’s White L(ies) and the Black Butterfly”

Dr. Lawrence T. Brown will highlight how white supremacist theology helped sanctify and justify America’s racial segregation.

Sunday Platform
February 19, 2017

“Coming of Age in the Other America”

In her new book Stefanie DeLuca and colleagues reveal some surprising factors associated with resiliency and upward mobility in a large proportion of disadvantaged youth, despite overwhelming odds.

Sunday Platform
February 12, 2017

“The Beauty & Mystery of the Human Genome”

DNA, formed in the famous double helix, is organized into chromosomes and helps shape the identity of all living things.

Sunday Platform
February 5, 2017

“Water in Baltimore & the World: Triumphs and Struggles to Maintain a Clean Water Source”

The world faces critical issues relating to water as the result of human pressures and climate trends.

Sunday Platform
January 29, 2017

“The First Amendment and President Trump”

As President Trump moves into the White House, what will become of our First Amendment rights, in particular freedom of press, speech and assembly?

Sunday Platform
January 22, 2017

“Community Solar – Solar Is for Everyone”

Thanks to a new community solar law in Maryland, everybody can go solar.

Sunday Platform
January 15, 2017

“Seeking Guidance in the Words and Deeds of King for the Era of Trump”

Too often in political discussions and always around January 15, we hear speculation — even predictions — about how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would react to a situation.

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