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2014 Baltimore Community Fellows

Meet the 2014 Baltimore Community Fellows

This year's fellows will work in schools and in courts, in recreation centers and low-income housing units. Read about all 11 fellows. READ MORE »
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Watch videos from Big Change 2014

Watch talks from Piper Kerman, Bill Keller, Ian Haney Lopez, Maria Broom, Freeman Hrabowski, and David Miller. READ MORE »
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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‚Äôs Native American youth population. READ MORE »
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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 »

This Week’s Spotlight

Will America Ever Change?

Posted by on December 15th, 2014 at 11:12 am
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The tragic murders of unarmed Black men at the hands of police officers is a glaring example of law enforcement viewing Black men and boys as a problem within society that needs to be dealt with and controlled.

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