About this Event
1600 Havenwood Road, Baltimore, MD 21218
Morgan State University is collaborating with Howard University to bring you the State of Black Baltimore Town Hall. The evaluation of the state of Black Baltimore will be done using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals which covers a wide range of human rights improvements cities can work to achieve. Some of the goals include no poverty, zero hunger, quality education, and reduced inequalities.
This town hall is open to civil society and members of the community. Its purpose is to discuss the importance of understanding the human rights status of Black Baltimore as we hope to hear from impacted groups, grassroots organizations, and the community about their perception and experiences.
We would love it if you would consider attending the town hall to discuss the “State of Black Baltimore” and contribute your knowledge, expertise, and experience. Our date for the town hall is April 17th at 6pm right in BSSC. We look forward to having you join us!
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