Join the Black Arts District Live on Facebook and YouTube for our 2022 annual community meeting! Find out what we’re planning for the year, hear from our team, and give
Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle is pleased to convene our 8th Annual Black Legislative Agenda Day: From the Baltimore Grassroots. Our hope is that those of us working in the
Investing public dollars into the community for the purpose of empowerment seems like a simple policy demand, but to operationalize it requires a lot more nuance and a deeper conversation.
A Discussion between Maryland State Senator Jill P. Carter and Rev. Dr. @Heber Brown, Ill of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church featuring guest speaker Lawrence Grandpre, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — With the unrest that has unfolded over the past year, race relations is a topic that has been top of mind for many Americans, including the Baltimore
For over 10 years, the academic and public health sectors have promoted “violence prevention” non-profits as the “evidence based” alternative to mass incarceration and a solution to the shootings plauging
In light of the verdict in the case against Derek Chauvin, the Karson Institute for Race, Peace, & Social Justice is hosting a special communitywide COMloquium to rethink America’s policing
VIDEO: Maryland Becomes First State To Repeal The Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill Of Rights (4.15.2021)
Dayvon Love talks with WJZ to discuss the recent repeal of the MD Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights. —————————- Maryland is now the first state in the nation to