Kara Yorio | September 24, 2019 Dayvon Love came to the SLJ Leadership Summit to talk about systemic racism and the impact of white supremacy on society’s institutions, particularly education.
State’s Attorney Mosby Testifies In Support of Legislation That Would Provide Prosecutors With Tools To Seek Justice For Unfairly Or Wrongly Convicted Individuals
February 27, 2019 Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby urged the Maryland House of Delegates’ Judiciary Committee to support bipartisan legislation that would help make the justice system fairer.
Hopkins president pitches Maryland lawmakers on need for police force; students, community advocates push back
Luke Broadwater | February 22, 2019 A day after 12 people were shot in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels told state lawmakers in Annapolis that the city’s “unrelenting”
T. Rowe Price Grant Spurs Baltimore City Community College Engagement Plan for West Baltimore Students and Residents
July 11, 2018 The T. Rowe Price Foundation has provided a grant to the Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) to connect students in West Baltimore to jobs, community resources and
Ethan McLeod | February 5, 2018 Rap star J. Cole is pitching in with activist athlete Colin Kaepernick to help Baltimore grassroots group Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, pledging $10,000
December 14, 2017 Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle (LBS), a Baltimore based grassroots think-tank, believes local and state lawmakers need a public policy agenda that places the interests of Black
Will Kirsch | November 22, 2017 More than two years have passed since his death, but Freddie Gray still lives on in Baltimore. Just last week, one of the officers
Bradford Davis | November 18, 2017 Following the Baltimore Rising screening at DOC NYC, a panel comprised of director Sonja Sohn, producer Marc Levin, and film subjects Kwame Rose and
Rachel Cohen | September, 22, 2017 Across the country—from Louisiana to Iowa to Massachusetts—so-called “mandatory minimum” sentencing is increasingly out of favor. These are laws that require certain penalties for
Baynard Woods | September 20, 2017 In the Baltimore neighborhood that became a nationwide symbol of racial inequality after protests turned to riot over Freddie Gray’s death, small signs of