We caught up with authors and activists Dayvon Love and Lawrence Grandpre about their new book, The Black Book: Reflections from the Baltimore Grassroots. We also gave our reviews of
A group of bright young Baltimoreans answer the question: What Would You Do If You Were Mayor Of Baltimore?
We take a look at positive youth programming in Baltimore with representatives from three youth organizations: Nyasha Dixon, service coordinator at the YES (Youth Empowered Society) Drop-In Center in Baltimore; Dayvon Love, Director of Research and Public Policy for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle; and Sarah Tooley and Debra Evans, Director and Founder of 901 Arts.
Up For Debate – A rift in urban debate groups reflects prickly questions about the role of nonprofit groups in minority communities
Students are gathered around a long table in a research lab-turned classroom at Coppin Academy on the campus of Coppin State University. The white board is covered with formal debate rules
The Real News Network’s Jaisal Noor interviews Baltimore protesters and Dayvon Love from Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle about the ongoing unrest in Ferguson, MO.
We speak with members of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle about projects they are working on now. We are joined by Adam Jackson, CEO, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle; and Dayvon Love, Director of Research and Public Policy, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.
In a classroom on the campus of Morgan State University, a group of high school students gathered for a lecture on the contours ofAfro-pessimism. Afro-pessimism is a school of thought
Dayvon Love, Nick Mosby, Brandon Scott, and Kimberly Ellis discuss the youth curfew law in Baltimore and whether it will lead to an improvement in public safety
In response to the recent killing of a Latino Digital Harbor High School student, we examine African American and Latino relations in Baltimore.