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Guest Host: Matthew Felling
The D.C. area is still celebrating baseball’s return to the District. But few young African-Americans are expressing interest in the sport. In fact, less than a third of the District’s high schools even have a baseball team. We’ll hear about a program that’s trying to reinvigorate interest in baseball and introduce the game to a new generation of African-American youths in the District.
- Jonas Singer Deputy Director, BATTER-UP Foundation
- Milton Kent Columnist, The Baltimore Sun
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