We Don’t Shut Down—We Shift

On April 22nd, we mobilize—digitally.

Maryland Is One Of The Most Aggressive States Against the Coronavirus

According to the World Health Organization, the primary way that coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads is through close interaction with other people. If people come into contact with droplets exhaled or coughed out by infected people, they are at risk of getting ...

Watch: Governor Hogan Provides Updates on Maryland’s Coronavirus Response Live on CNN, PBS

“It's going to challenge and tax every resource we have, but I just want people to understand that we will get through this together”

Hurryiet About it! New Legislation For Harriet Tubman

Hurryiet about it!

Governor Hogan Enacts Emergency Order To Expand Access To Child Care During COVID-19 State Of Emergency

State Department of Education Issues Enhanced Guidelines for Day Care Facilities to Prevent The Spread of COVID-19

Maryland Coronavirus In Numbers

Maryland Coronavirus In Numbers

Ten Years Already!

It’s that time again to be counted for the Census! Fun Fact: the concept of a Census has been around for millennia.

Wells Fargo Announces $50 Million Investment In African-American Minority Depository Institutions

U.S. Black Chambers (USBC) President Ron Busby released the following statement regarding Wells Fargo $50 million investment in African American community-based banks"

Franchot Announces Extension Of Business Tax Filing Deadlines

Any change to individual income tax return filing deadline dependent on IRS action

Positive COVID-19 Coronavirus Case Identified In Anne Arundel County

County Executive Pittman and top officials to hold a press conference today at 4:15 p.m.

Governor Hogan Announces Sixth Positive Case Of Coronavirus In Maryland

Will Meet With Full Cabinet, Long-Term Community Leaders Tomorrow

Maryland Department Of Health approved For Testing For Novel Coronavirus

Governor Larry Hogan announced that Maryland’s State Public Health Laboratory has been approved for testing for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Mayor Young Raises Watch Level For Baltimore City In Preparation For COVID-19

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced that as of 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, 2020, the City of Baltimore’s Emergency Operations Center Activation Level would be raised to Level III: Watch Level in support of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) activities.

Documenting History: Rep. John Lewis Leads 55th Anniversary Selma March

“Fifty-five years ago, a few of our children attempted to march across this bridge. We were beaten, we were tear gassed. I thought I was going to die on this bridge, but somehow and someway, God almighty helped me here,” ...

FILM REVIEW: Queen & Slim

Queen & Slim is on its own path. Groundbreaking for its rich, layered storytelling (Lena Waithe, Emmy-winner TV’s Master of None), stylish direction (Melina Matsoukas, Grammy-winner Best Music Video Beyoncè: Formation), provocative contemplations on race and police abuse and two ...