Episode 2: A Conversation with Dr. Lawrence Brown, author of The Black Butterfly

Notes from the Council Chambers Podcast

23-04-2021 • 43分

Welcome to Notes from the Council Chambers Podcast with President Nick J. Mosby, a podcast where I talk to some of Baltimore's thinkers to discuss the issues of today and how we can move the city forward. In this episode, I sit down with Dr. Lawrence Brown. From 2013-2019, he served as an assistant and associate professor at Morgan State University in the School of Community Health and Policy where he launched the #BmoreLEADfree initiative. Today we’re talking about his groundbreaking book The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America. -- Show Notes: Places where you can purchase your copy of The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America: Urban Reads Bookstore (Baltimore, MD + Black-owned) Everyone's Place (Baltimore, MD ) Red Emma's Bookstore (Baltimore, MD + worker's cooperative) Charm City Books (Baltimore, MD) Greedy Reads Bookstore (Baltimore, MD) The Ivy Shop (Baltimore, MD) Atomic Books (Baltimore, MD) Turning Page Bookshop (Goose Creek, SC + black-owned) Solid State Books (Washington, DC) Pyramind Books(Boynton Beach, FL + Black-owned) The Seminary Co-op (Chicago, IL + noprofit cooperative) Tattered Cover (Denver, CO) Bookshop West Portal (San Francisco, CA)