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Ora Snowden’s Homegoing: A Mother’s Legacy of Love and Learning

Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Saturday School is now in session, the school bell is ringing, don't be late. Please get on the...

An Open Letter to Representative Andy Harris

Dear Dr. Harris, On the evening of Thursday, June 21, groups of your constituents gathered at your branch offices in Chester, Salisbury, and Bel Air...

Vote! Claudia Barber for Judge on Anne Arundel County Circuit Court

In voting for a judge, the priority order for deciding who is most deserving should be the candidates’ qualifications and experience, along with external...

Shifting the Paradigm Back to Humanity: A One-Day Conference 

James Baldwin wrote in a 1962 essay in the New Yorker:  “If we, who can scarcely be considered a white nation, persist in thinking...

Stand Up to the NRA

By Annie Rehill When the U.S. Constitution was signed in 1787, the Continental Army had already been disbanded because the Revolution had been won. In...

A Call to Sisterhood

By Tough Love/Allie, the Conversation Starter Due to time constraints I was unable to deliver my speech at the Annapolis Women’s March on Saturday, 20...

I Have a Dream – A Celebration in Music of Dr....

This January, fifty years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s death, Anne Arundel County residents will be able to honor his legacy in a...

When Sorority Girls Schooled Me on America’s Broken Prison System

It all started at a meet and greet with Brad Pitt. I was volunteering with his organization, "Make it Right" in New Orleans with...

The One Chant I Will Not Say

By Rebecca Forte I have protested 6 times since the end of January. I am not paid to do this, but instead do so out...