In light of the recent global protests against racism, calls to #DefundThePolice and the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic, one question has been repeatedly asked: “How can the Black community create sustainable change for ourselves?”
As the outcry of people here in Baltimore and across the country is to Defund Police we explore what does that really look like. As we keep our promise to
How can the Black community create sustainable change for ourselves? This discussion will focus on attempting to answer that question by focusing on one word: infrastructure.
What is defunding the police? What does that mean? We’re bringing in an expert to share the facts!
“Defund Police” What does that really mean? As the outcry of people here in Baltimore and across the country is to Defund Police we explore what does that really look
Dayvon Love, Director of Public Policy for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle responds to recent comments from Donald Trump in regards to law enforcement accountability.
Hear from the experts on what will bring real sustainable change, including legislation, consent decree, civilian oversight, how the election results impact police reform moving forward, and more.
With Dayvon Love (@DayvonLove), Director of Public Policy for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle and Lawrence Grandpre (@Ne0Nubian), Director of Research for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, The Myth and Propaganda of Black Buying Power has become
VIDEO – Malcolm X Talk: Exploring Black Family Division Around Sexuality and Gender w/ Black Men’s Xchange (1.23.2020)
This is a rare and timely opportunity for the Black family to respectfully and candidly address sexuality and gender non-conforming people, politics and issues from a Black perspective. Among topics
A discussion of systematic racism/white supremacy in the human and social service sector in Baltimore City. “When Baltimore Awakes: An analysis of the human and social service sector in Baltimore