Baltimore Community

    Baltimore’s Clergy Response to Denigrating Remarks About Baltimore City

    Dr. Kevin Daniels, Special to the Afro In light of the recent comments made about our great city, the Ministers’ Conference of Baltimore and Vicinity (MCBV) will continue to coalition build with its communities, faith-based...

    12th Annual Toy Drive and Gift Wrapping Party

    Christmas for Community Partnerships in Collaboration with the Baltimore Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Will Host the 12th Annual Toy Drive and Gift Wrapping Party BALTIMORE – On Tuesday, Dec 17, 2019, the Christmas...

    Vegan Soulfest Held in Baltimore’s Clifton Park

    By Deborah Bailey, Special to the AFRO Baltimore’s fifth Annual Vegan Soulfest brought a peaceful weekend filled with messages of health, wellness and holistic living for the city’s Clifton Park community. “We felt we needed to bring...

    Can Baltimore Obtain Justice?

    By Nisa Islam Muhammad, Staff Writer, The Final Call via BPUSA @nisaislam Crooked cops are what Baltimore States Attorney Marilyn Mosby has come fact-to-face with.  She recently asked courts to throw out nearly 800 criminal cases handled...

    USA Today: Did BPD Stop Fighting Crime After Freddie Gray?

    By Sean Yoes, AFRO Baltimore Editor, [email protected] Less than six months after USA Today declared Baltimore “the nation’s most dangerous city,” the newspaper posted another front page story July 12 about the city’s pervasive violence. But, this...

    Where to Get Mental Health Help at Maryland Churches

    By Joi Thomas, Special to the AFRO May was Mental Health Month and during the entire month awareness of mental health issues was the focus of conversations and forums in various settings.  However, the focus on...

    Baltimore’s Nancy D Has Trump’s Number

    By Sean Yoes, AFRO Baltimore Editor, [email protected] “I’ve watched every State of the Union Address since I graduated high school in 1983. But, not this year,” is what I wrote in this column Feb. 3, 2018. And...

    2019: Another Murderous Year

    By AFRO Staff For the fifth year in a row, Baltimore will finish with more than 300 homicides. With 344 murders as of Dec. 30, Baltimore in 2019 has registered more homicides per capita in...

    Will Renaissance Academy Survive?

    By Sean Yoes, AFRO Baltimore Editor, [email protected] Nikkia Rowe, the indefatigable principal of the Renaissance Academy High School, was fired July 7; an action some community and education leaders fear portends the closure of the school,...

    Baltimore Native to Premiere Staged Reading of Letters Addressed To U.S. First Lady

    Messages of encouragement and wisdom will come alive in the staged reading of Go, Tell Michell: Letters to the First Lady, premiering at Coppin State University’s James Weldon Johnson Auditorium on March 18. Drawn...

    Baltimore Community Calendar

    September 7 Get ready to laugh! The Music Ministry of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, 2110 Madison Ave., Baltimore, is proud to present comedian Joe Recca for an afternoon of comedy, 4 p.m., Sept. 7 in the...

    Ark Church Visits Haiti on a Mission

    Exhausted from their three-hour plane ride, just 700 miles off the coast of Miami, a team of eight local church members visited Haiti on a mission to spread the good news of the gospel....

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