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    Baltimore Black Business Summit

    Theme: From Ferguson to Baltimore: Black Business Owners-It’s Time to Come Together! Topics: State of Black Business in Baltimore, Developing an Action Plan to promote & support Bmore Black Businesses! • Rebuilding Ground Zero, Penn –...

    Planting Trees to Remember Freddie Gray

    Parks & People Foundation along with the Maryland Master Gardener Program came together in support for a tree planting for the late Freddie Gray, May 30, in the 1700 block of Presbury Street. Kliffi...

    City Council Seeks To Put Price On Cost Of Dealing With Aftermath of Riots

    The City Council on Monday set a hearing to assess the costs of overtime incurred by the Police Department, Fire Department , and other city agencies during and after the riots earlier this year....

    Baltimore Community Hosts Police Misconduct Forum

    The No Boundaries Coalition, The Greater Baltimore Leadership Coalition and other local organizations hosted the first of many upcoming public forums, May 16, to give community members an opportunity to talk about their experiences...

    ‘Baltimore Uprising’ Listening Session at First Unitarian Universalist Church

    The First Unitarian Universalist Church held a meeting May 17 to have a listening session about the church’s response during the Baltimore Uprising, and how they plan to move forward in supporting the community. About 20 people,...

    Credit Union to Help Residents Affected by Baltimore Uprising

    Maryland’s largest credit union – has launched four programs aimed at helping individuals, organizations, businesses, and places of worship impacted by the recent acts of violence in Baltimore City. SECU is holding a Household Supply...

    Michael Cryor Tapped to Head Mayor’s OneBaltimore

    In the wake of the riots that followed the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake named Michael Cryor, a well-respected civic leader, to lead the OneBaltimore effort. Rawlings-Blake announced the...

    Protesters Disrupt City Council Meeting

    On May 4th about a dozen protesters stood up during a regularly scheduled City Council meeting and unfurled banners demanding people arrested during the protests last week be freed from jail. About 20 minutes...

    BDC ESTABLISHES THE BALTIMORE BUSINESS RECOVERY FUND

    BALTIMORE (May 13, 2015) – The Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) has established the Baltimore Business Recovery Fund (BBR Fund) to aid the many businesses, which experienced property damage and/or inventory loss during the unrest. ...

    West Baltimore Block Party Brings Celebration, Healing

    On a sunny Saturday afternoon nearly 1,000 people gathered in a crowded park in West Baltimore. Over the course of three hours, residents celebrated the eighth annual Boundary Block Party with dance, music, resources...

    Rev. Heber Brown Fights Against a Return to Normal

    Last Friday was an increasingly normal day for the Rev. Heber Brown III. The pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in North Baltimore was at a May 8 bail hearing for a protester charged...

    Baltimore Residents Share Their Thoughts on Mayor’s One Baltimore Plan

    At the now well-renowned intersection of Pennsylvania and North Avenues, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced an initiative to address some of the longstanding issues that plague Baltimore City. “In addition to One Baltimore focusing...
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