Feb 04

Why White-Led Advocacy Groups Shouldn’t Negotiate on Black Freedom

Members of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle have often stressed the importance of having those most directly impacted lead legislative efforts on the issues which impact their lives. This is especially important in the context of bail reform. Black communities are disproportionately represented in the ranks of people detained not for being found guilty of […]

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Feb 01

VIDEO – Malcolm X Talk: Enforcing MD Civil Rights Law (2.1.2017)

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 employment, housing, public accommodations, and state contracts. The MCCR also directly receives complaints from any resident who experiences discrimination in those areas. Come learn the process […]

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Dec 20

NEWS: Baltimore housing commissioner Paul Graziano resigns

December 20, 2016 Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano has resigned, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announced. (Baltimore Sun video) Mayor Catherine E. Pugh announced Tuesday the resignation of longtime Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano, following through on her campaign promise to remove the embattled agency head. Graziano, 62, had been under fire for more […]

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