President Freeman Hrabowski will be part of a panel discussion about the future of Baltimore, which will be held at the Bolton Street Synagogue, Sunday, December 5, at 4 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The discussion will be moderated by Dan Rodricks, host of WYPR’s “Midday With Dan Rodricks,” and will cover the panelists’ vision for Baltimore, its municipal personality, what Baltimore life offers, and how it might become a healthier, busier and even bigger city. In addition to Hrabowski, panelists include Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake; Lester Spence, assistant professor of political science and Africana studies at Johns Hopkins; Madison Smartt Bell, author and professor of English at Goucher College; Joe Erhmann, president of Coach for America and former Baltimore Colts player; and Janet Marie Smith, vice president for planning and development for the Baltimore Orioles.
This conversation is part of Bolton Street Synagogue ‘s “Uncommon Voices” series, and Midday ‘s “Future of Baltimore” series. The conversation will air on “Midday With Dan Rodricks” on December 9.
For more information, including how to RSVP, visit www.boltonstreet.org/.