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Impact Series: Connecting to Lumbee Heritage Through Art

Ashley Minner, a 2008 OSI-Baltimore Community Fellow, developed the Native American After School Art Program at the Baltimore American Indian Center, focusing on Baltimore’s Native American youth population. READ MORE »

Taking the Next Steps to Sustainability

How do you take a good idea and make it grow to its full potential? And how, in this time of diminishing resources, can you make a grassroots project into a sustainable program? READ MORE »

Pre-register for Big Change Baltimore 2014

Big Change Baltimore is back by popular demand. Join us on October 27th from 4-7pm at Center Stage. Pre-register now to be notified as soon as tickets go on sale! READ MORE »

Obstacles to Justice

For many of Baltimore’s formerly incarcerated residents, shaking the stigma of time spent in prison is a major undertaking. One of the hardest aspects is finding stable, meaningful employment. READ MORE »

Lesson Learned: Key to More High School Graduates May be Fewer Suspensions

Why pay so much attention to suspensions? We know from experience—and research—that using suspension as a primary discipline tool is a recipe for school failure. READ MORE »

This Week’s Spotlight

Invisible Homelessness: Baltimore Youth Speak Out

Posted by on July 7th, 2014 at 1:07 pm
Lara Law

When you walk, drive, or ride the bus in Baltimore do you see homeless youth? Can you tell whether the youth you stroll past is headed to a safe, stable home, or whether she doesn’t know where she’ll lay her head tonight or find her next meal?


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