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Drugs, Tragedy, Treatment and Downtown Annapolis - Jessie Dunleavy

The Annapolis Podcast

Release Date: 09/22/2018

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Leigh Rand, the Annapolis Rotary Club Crab Feast Chair this year and owner of FastSigns Annapolis, is today's guest on The Annapolis Podcast. 

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Today's guest is Alex Pline. He is a member of "Team Pline" based here out of Annapolis.

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Today's guest is Devon Brown who is the co-founder of Annapolis Coalition of Black Progressives. 

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Scott talks Reopening, Health and Racism in Annapolis

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This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Carroll Hynson, Jr. Carroll is the owner of Carroll Hynson & Son, the longest running African American business in Annapolis. He talks about growing up as an African American in Annapolis. Carroll tells stories of how one of his early jobs was drag racing for money. He talks about doing puppet shows at the old Annapolis "White" Library. How his father rose as a prominent businessman and developer in Annapolis is discussed.

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Cover My Dreams in Ink, A Son’s Unbearable Solitude, A Mother’s Unending Quest show art Cover My Dreams in Ink, A Son’s Unbearable Solitude, A Mother’s Unending Quest

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Annapolitan Jessie Dunleavy wrote a memoir about her son, Paul, a boy whose learning differences constrained his connections with others and whose poetry depicts an inner life otherwise unknown, and her staunch advocacy for him, from the fight to obtain an appropriate education through the fight for his life as he entered the harrowing world of addiction. Release Date June 1, 2020.

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Today's guest is therapist Meredith Braden. She discusses some tips for you and your family on staying mentally healthy during this pandemic.  Teletherapy is now being used.

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This week's guest is Jessie Dunleavy. Jessie's son was kicked out of treatment, couldn't find treatment and resorted to street drugs all within a few days. This is Jessie's story and fight to find substance users adequate access to treatment.