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The first of the “Can We Talk” series concluded with a Q&A session and thorough discussion with five panelists (left to right) Betty Robinson, Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights; Cleveland Horton II,  Maryland Commission on Civil Rights; Martin French, Baltimore City Department of Planning; Eric Booker, Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development; and Dr. Lawrence Brown, assistant professor, Morgan State University School of  Community Health and Policy.

The first of the “Can We Talk” series concluded with a Q&A session and thorough discussion with five panelists (left to right) Betty Robinson, Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights; Cleveland Horton II, Maryland Commission on Civil Rights; Martin French, Baltimore City Department of Planning; Eric Booker, Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development; and Dr. Lawrence Brown, assistant professor, Morgan State University School of Community Health and Policy.

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Baltimore Office Of Civil Rights Kicks Off ‘Can We Talk’ Series

“I felt like there was a need to have a one-on-one conversation with the communities across Baltimore,” Wesley said. “The idea was to create a series in which the people who support [Baltimore community] organizations could speak directly to the Office of Civil Rights.”