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Standing Rock & DAPL Pipeline holds emergency protest in Baltimore

Social Justice and environmental activists, in solidarity with Native Americans, staged an emergency protest action on late Wednesday afternoon in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The purpose of the their action was to draw public attention to the fact that grasping corporate […]

Standing Rock & DAPL Pipeline holds emergency protest in Baltimore

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Social Justice and environmental activists, in solidarity with Native Americans, staged an emergency protest action on late Wednesday afternoon in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The purpose of the their action was to draw public attention to the fact that grasping corporate […]

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Labor leaders given World Peace Awards in D.C. Ceremony

On Capitol Hill, on Tuesday afternoon two stalwarts of the cause of Organized Labor, John Sweeney and Elizabeth Powell, were awarded with the “Roving Ambassador for Peace” award. Sweeney is

David Simon blasts President Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’

Author and the man behind HBO's 'The Wire' David Simon hosted a rally Monday at the Beth Am Synagogue in Baltimore to protest against President Donald Trump's travel ban One

Cupid’s ‘Undie Run’ at Market Place a fun-filled event

The weather at Baltimore’s Market Place on Saturday morning was most accommodating. It hovered around the mid-50 degree mark at noon, and at 2 p.m., the annual “2017 Cupid

Debunking the icons

An “Icon” has been defined in the New Oxford American Dictionary as an “object of uncritical devotion” …  and also as “a person or thing regarded as a representative

Black History Month: Time to honor and remember

Black History Month is an annual observance in the United States and is held in February. It dates back to at least 1926. It has also been called “African-American

Trump’s Executive Orders spark Baltimore protest

More than 300 gathered Saturday at the Edward J. Garmatz’s Federal Courthouse in Baltimore to protest President Donald J. Trump’s recent torrent of Executive Orders. The building is located at

Marilyn Mosby speaks out on Warrior Women

On Saturday afternoon, January 21, 2017, social justice activists held a vigil in Baltimore. It was in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington, also being held that same

The Rise and Fall of Spiro T. Agnew

“The mere happening of an accident does not justify an inference of negligence,” said the handsome, six foot-plus, strong-voiced adjunct professor of Tort Law at the University of Baltimore

Baltimore women’s vigil shows solidarity with Washington women’s march

On Saturday afternoon social justice activists held a vigil in Baltimore in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington, as did several cities worldwide - producing record crowds. More than 500,000 attended

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