The Baltimore NAACP to host a tele-town hall briefing on the economic resources and the equity and health disparity issues related to the coronavirus (COVID 19) response

Coronavirus is a public health crisis that impacts us all. The NAACP Baltimore is working to ensure that all communities are informed on equity issues and the economic resources related to this crisis. The tele-town hall will also present an opportunity for leaders to hear the key economic security problems faced by our people and businesses.

Join us for this online tele-town hall on Tuesday April 28, 2020. Be sure to RSVP and download the zoom app on your phone or computer.

Everyone is confronted with the challenges of the virus and the challenges of the state of emergency. Stand with the Baltimore NAACP as we work to protect our people, organize to get information out to everyone and advocate for resources to be placed where they are most needed

Speakers include:

Rev. Kobi Little, President NAACP Baltimore City

Sherita Hill Golden, MD, MHS, Johns Hopkins Medical

U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen

Dr. Todd Yeary, SVP Rainbow PUSH Coalition

William Honablew, Executive Director of Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce

MBalu Bangura, Baltimore City office of Equity and Civil Rights

Joshua Harris, Vice President NAACP Baltimore City

Register on Eventbrite:

Reverend Kobi Little