There are no words to express the hurt that our community is facing. We are horrified, heartbroken, fearful, angry, and in mourning, in response to the murder of 11 people this morning in a [...]
More than three years after the murder of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore Police Department still needs to overhaul its department policies and culture to protect poor, Black, and Brown Baltimoreans [...]
As a young woman with two incurable autoimmune diseases, my life is already pretty hard. This year alone, I have endured one hospitalization, two biopsies, two colonoscopies, and five IV drug [...]
#FamilyFirstFridays: First I mourned, then I testified. Now I’m fighting for DC to put families first.
Last year I wrote in an op-ed in the Afro, “[w]hen I hear about D.C. [elected officials] who are trying to destroy our paid leave law, I imagine they must be lucky that they haven’t yet had to [...]
In response to the immigrant and refugee crisis, congregations across Maryland are hosting programs to educate our community and give members opportunities to take action. Many congregations are [...]