Category Archives for "Op-Ed"

Jun 02

For Black People When White Saviors Aren’t Enough

By Dayvon Love | Op-Ed

UPDATE: 12/8/2017 The bill passed second reader on 12/4/2017 and was passed unanimously through the entire City Council on 12/7/2017. The bill currently awaits the Mayor’s signature to be signed into law. UPDATE: 11/20/2017 The hearing for the bill will be in the Education and Youth Committee, chaired by Councilman Zeke Cohen on 11/21/2017 @ […]

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Jan 07

OP-ED: Responding to Dan Rodricks on “Army of Social Workers” in Baltimore

By Dayvon Love | Op-Ed

After reading Dan Rodricks’ piece in the Baltimore Sun, “Could Baltimore become ‘best place in the world to change the world?”,  about changing Baltimore, I have two core issues that I want to challenge him on which are worthy of public dialogue and conversation. Rodricks’ discussion of the existence of poverty is lacking important context.  Often times […]

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