A deadline is looming at the end of the year for Maryland to decide whether to keep or replace the troubled, for-profit company that provides medical care in state prisons and the Baltimore City jail complex.
Schools in Howard and Montgomery counties are not doing enough to ensure that Palestinian and Muslim students are not intimidated or silenced as tensions heighten during the Middle East crisis, parents of those students say.
By Aisha Alizai, Hiruy Hadgu, Deepa Iyer, Jumana Musa and Daljit Soni●
Maybe your family has this tale, too. Somewhere along the way, one of my ancestors whose family came from Europe married a Cherokee woman. Sometimes it’s a princess in the telling, sometimes it’s not. Whatever the details or how it was told, it was just not true.
Women’s sports continue to draw bigger audiences and deserve a larger presence in network TV coverage, says Skye Merida, the social media manager for the upcoming women’s basketball docuseries, “Can’t Retire From This.”
While Baltimore’s leaders continue to look for ways to lower the city’s murder rate, a flattening of the curve on homicides is evident, Lawrence Brown, an author and research scientist in the Center for Urban Health Equity at Morgan State University, says.
Offering support to the former Baltimore state's attorney as she faces criminal prosecution would be following a legacy established by civil rights giants of the past, Haki S. Ammi, a community activist and author, says.
A new exhibition at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum shows how Black artists of the 19th and 20th centuries interpreted the Black experience in America, Janet Currie, Greater Maryland president of Bank of America, says.
One of Baltimore’s greatest statemen lived at the corner of Carrollton and Lafayette in West Baltimore across the street from Lafayette Square, long ago nicknamed the square of the churches for all the splendid churches built around it.