Lawrence and Rasheem engage in a stimulating conversation that challenges the “food desert” narrative and explores what true food sovereignty might mean for the Black community.
On 4.25.2023, the Economic and Community Development Committee of the Baltimore City Council held a voting session on legislation that will create the Community Reinvestment and Reparations Commission (Bill 23-0353).
In this insightful interview, we have the pleasure of speaking with Todd Steven Burroughs, a renowned author, historian, and expert on the contributions of Black political prisoners to the struggle for freedom and justice.
Democrats like Jeff Waldstreicher, who pretend to be an advocate for racial justice, are the reason progress on racial justice issues is so slow in Maryland.
On 3.28.2023, the Economic and Community Development Committee of the Baltimore City Council held a hearing on legislation that will create the Community Reinvestment and Reparations Commission (Bill 23-0353).
We will discuss the status of crucial pieces of legislation. This includes criminal justice elements to cannabis legalization and other relevant issues being debated during the 2023 MD General Assembly.
Dayvon Love, co-founder of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle and Director of Public Policy.
He joins Gabe Ortis to discuss bill SB 51, which removes the sole use of the odor of cannabis as the basis for stops and searches by law enforcement, as well as Jobs & Economic Justice Advocacy Day.
On 3.9.2023 – LBS testified on SB 516 – a bill that regulates the recreational cannabis industry.
In this episode, we’ll talk about Maryland cannabis legalization with a focus on the criminal justice and the business aspects of it. We will also give brief updates about other legislative efforts we are supporting and working on during MDGA 2023.
VIDEO: MDGA 2023 – HB 556 Hearing – Cannabis Reform and Regulation – House Economic Matters (2.17.2023)
https://youtu.be/2RXqciSTJJE On 2.17.2023 – LBS testified on House Bill 556 concerning reform and regulation of the cannabis industry. Lawrence Grandpre, discussed the necessity of high tax revenues to fund the