Feb 22

NEWS: On 50th Anniversary of Assassination, Malcolm X’s Message Resonates with Baltimore’s Justice Workers

By Adam Jackson | Press

The nation will mark the 50th anniversary this weekend of the assassination of civil rights icon Malcolm X in Harlem’s Audubon Ballroom on Feb. 21, 1965. The man born Malcolm Little nearly 90 years ago spoke of Black self-determination and empowerment, a message which continues to resonate with Baltimore’s justice makers five decades after X’s […]

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Feb 02

MD Lawmakers proposing that police should able to carry firearms in schools – DEMAND THEY WITHDRAW THIS BILL!

By Dayvon Love | Call To Action

UPDATE 3/6/2015: The Baltimore City Delegation has officially withdrawn HB 101. Thanks for your support! We live in a society that seems willing to deal with Black people as if we are merely sites of pathology and criminality. The violence and self destructive behavior we see in our communities are not inherent in Black people. This […]

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