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Adam J. Jackson is the CEO of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle (LBS). Adam is a West Baltimore native, and Towson University graduate.

Oct 24

PRESS: Towson University Debate Team Takes Threat Report Against Faculty & Staff Public

By Adam Jackson | Press

Source: WEAA | Original publication date: October 24, 2013 From The Marc Steiner Show: Dayvon Love, Director of Research and Public Policy for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle and former member of the Towson University Debate Team, and Ameena Ruffin, Towson University student and current member of the TU Debate Team, join us. The university is currently […]

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Aug 17

PRESS: LBS honored by the Baltimore NAACP

By Adam Jackson | Press

LBS was honored by the Baltimore Chapter of the NAACP at their annual Freedom Fighter awards breakfast. Held at Hotel Monaco on Aug. 17, 2013, the awards ceremony celebrated Maryland’s leaders in media, politics, community and civil rights. Political and community leaders from around the state gathered at the fifth annual awards ceremony. Among the attendees […]

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Jul 24

PRESS: Morgan State Hosts Urban Debate Camp

By Adam Jackson | Press

Source: Afro-American Newspaper | Author: Krishana Davis | Original Publication date: July 24th, 2013 Twenty-one high school students from Baltimore, Detroit, New York, Oklahoma and New Jersey ventured to Morgan State University on July 14 for the inaugural Eddie Conway Liberation Institute (ECLI). The three-week program, sponsored by Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle (LBS) and Morgan […]

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Jun 28

PRESS: The Lines Between Us – “Black Children, White Adults”

By Adam Jackson | Press

Source: WYPR | Author: Lawrence Lanahan | Date of original publication: June 28, 2013 Previously on our program, we’ve examined the lack of diversity at nonprofits in the region, particularly in executive leadership roles. Many of these nonprofits are working to address social problems concentrated in poor neighborhoods—neighborhoods that are often populated overwhelmingly by people of color. Today, we’ll explore […]

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