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Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels was a guest Monday on Dan Rodricks’ Roughly Speaking podcast, during which he spoke in depth about the university’s response to the April unrest in Baltimore and the subsequent steps Hopkins has taken to strengthen its ties with the city.
Rodricks, a longtime Baltimore Sun columnist and former host of WYPR’s “Midday” program, asked if the protests in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray sparked questions within the Hopkins community: “What are we doing? Are we doing enough for our community in which we exist?”
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