(WEAA)—Maryland lawmakers have concluded their 90-day legislative session. Dayvon Love, a Baltimore-based political organizer and co-founder Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle and Maryland State Senator Cory McCray, 45th District, join Two Way Talk to discuss the 2022 Legislative Session and what residents can expect to see in the near future.
(WEAA)— Two Way Talk discussion with Dayvon Love, director of Public Policy for Leaders Of A Beautiful Struggle, a grassroots think tank that advances the public policy interest of the Black community.
On Wednesday, Maryland lawmakers gathered in Annapolis for their 90-day legislative session. Lawmakers focused on measures including legalizing recreational marijuana, bills that would bar police from questioning kids without their
Dayvon Love, a political organizer and the director of Public Policy for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle (LBS), a grassroots think-tank that advances the public policy interests of Black people
Today on Midday, an update on the 2021 General Assembly Session in Annapolis, now in its second week. A focus on racial equity is front and center this year, in ways it has not been in the past.
Last May, an Ohio-based company called Persistent Surveillance Systems was granted permission to conduct a six-month trial program in Baltimore — paid for by a foundation in Texas — to determine if an Aerial Investigation Research (AIR) program was an effective way to help local police and prosecutors in their efforts to solve crimes.
In this episode we have in-depth conversation with Adam Jackson CEO of leaders of a beautiful struggle. Founded in 2010, LBS is Baltimore’s premier grassroots think-tank. They are a group
Dayvon Love talks about the launch of the Spy Planes pilot program with Yuripzy Morgan on WBAL. Source: WBAL
March 4, 2020 Clarence M. Mitchell, IV, known to WBAL listeners as “C4,” interviews Dayvon. Love about the shortcomings of Governor Larry Hogan’s Crime Package. Source: WBAL 1090