City Council Passes Complete Streets and Affordable Housing Legislation

We applaud the City Council for passing two important bills that will make our City more livable and affordable. The first bill is comprehensive complete streets legislation. The idea behind complete streets is that planners should design roadways for everyone […]

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Attend Forum on Johns Hopkins and Development

Antero Pietilla’s “Not in My Neighborhood” laid out Baltimore’s long history of segregation for all to understand. His new book, “The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins: The Life and Legacy that Shaped an American City”  discusses the life and legacy of John […]

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Hearing to be held on the Effects of Concentrated Poverty on Education

The Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, also known as the Kirwan Commission, is preparing a report that will determine the future of education funding in Maryland. It is well documented that it costs more to properly educate children […]

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Understanding the Community Reinvestment Act

Passed in 1977, the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) is one of the most important pieces of banking legislation passed in the last century. The practice of redlining in majority-minority communities and how it affected cities across the country has been […]

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Sign up for Transportation 101!

Transportation 101 is a 7-week course offered by the Central Maryland Transit Alliance. Participants will have a chance to meet others interested in improving the Baltimore region’s transit system and will be given the skills to advocate for it. If […]

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