Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle is pleased to convene our 5th Annual Black Legislative Agenda Day: From the Baltimore Grassroots. Our hope is that those of us working in the
This month’s talk will be hosted by critically acclaimed Baltimore spoken word artist Olu Butterfly. She’ll be facilitating a dynamic presentation on Baltimore’s sorrid history with the enslavement of African
In the past 5 years, there have been renewed conversations around Maryland about increasing funding for public education, particularly in Baltimore City. This iteration of education reform has been spearheaded
Our Director of Public Policy, Dayvon Love, will lead a conversation centering around the Politics of Representation of Black Suffering. This discussion will chiefly explore the impact that those representations
Many people like to talk about economic, community development and wealth creation. This discussion talks about what it actually means and the strategies and actions that actually make it happen.
https://youtu.be/frSQjLYLgBc We’re co-sponsoring this month’s talk with the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights (MCCR). They will be presenting how MD residents can protect themselves from discrimination in the areas of