Education is a constitutional right in Maryland. In Baltimore City, it’s glaringly obvious the state has not fulfilled its duty to every student. Maryland must fix generational disinvestment in the education of Black and Brown students.
Join ACLU of Maryland, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., Baltimore Algebra Project, Baltimore Teachers Union, and Arts Every Day for an online town hall on Thursday, June 19, 2020, at 5:45 – 7:30 p.m.
WHEN: Thursday, June 18, 2020, 5:45 – 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: This event is happening online!
During this virtual town hall, we will talk about the historic Bradford lawsuit and how it could impact our schools in Baltimore City, the status of the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future legislation that just passed in the General Assembly, and COVID-19’s impact on students and families.
We also want to hear directly from parents, guardians, and students about your experiences navigating these difficult times. The event will offer breakout group discussions to dig deeper into your concerns.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
- The online event is free to attend.
To join the conversation, register to attend the town hall via Zoom.
To watch the conversation, catch the event streaming live on ACLU of Maryland's Facebook.
- Please register. We will send out information about how to join the event online after you register below.
HOW TO USE ZOOM:
- Download and install ZOOM (they offer a free version) for desktop or mobile devices.
- Please arrive 5 mins in advance to ensure you’re connected and ready to go.
- Your volume will automatically be set to mute. Please keep yourself on mute if you are not speaking. You will be able to unmute yourself if are speaking.