Hosted by Delegate Julian Ivey, join us at this virtual town hall on police reform, accountability, and transparency.
Join the ACLU of Maryland, CASA, Jews United for Justice – Baltimore, NAACP LDF, Citizens Policing Project, other members of the Campaign for Justice, Safety & Jobs, and community members from all around Baltimore City to delve into a CommUNITY-centered conversation on:
A Panel Discussion on Police Accountability and Reform in Maryland organized by Baltimore Legacy Chapter, Association of Black Social Workers
The 2020 elections are only five months away. Safeguarding the right to vote during the pandemic means we must work harder than ever to make voting more accessible and secure, fight the spread of disinformation and combat dangerous myths.
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 us, the Howard County Coalition for Immigrant Justice, Jews United for Justice, and Our Revolution Howard is holding a virtual get together to share updates and plug into important actions on the ground to end Howard's ICE Contract. Please join us and jump in!
Hosted by Maryland Nonprofits – A Movement, Not a Moment: Nonprofits on the Frontlines of Social Justice
Beyond the headlines and sound bites, there are individuals and organizations working on social justice issues every day.
The Caucus of African-American Leaders are devoting their monthly meeting to the topic of, "How do we stop the killing of black people by law enforcement?"
As Maryland continues to grapple with challenges of the COVID-19 virus, a number of emergency measures have been put in place to protect public health and every Marylander’s right to vote in the upcoming June 2, 2020 Primary Election.
ACLU of Maryland's Sonia Kumar, senior staff attorney, will be a panelist on the Court in the Community virtual townhall discussion hosted by Marilyn Mosby, state's attorney for Baltimore City.