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After earning a degree from The Goucher Prison Education Partnership, Freeman now empowers fellow formerly incarcerated students in his role at The Education Trust.
We catch up with the director of the Johns Hopkins Lyme and Tickborne Diseases Research and Education Institute.
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The catering company, which now has its own restaurant in Mount Vernon, works to recalibrate the relationship between food systems and the hospitality industry.
After 14 years, Brown recently stepped down as a senior pastor to work full time for the Black Church Food Security Network—a nonprofit he founded that connects Black churches and their gardens with Black farmers.
The president of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services says her experience growing up as an immigrant in Baltimore forever altered and molded her life.
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Navigating the charitable giving landscape can be daunting.
From medical missions to small business support, the professional engineer is uplifting Hispanic communities.
Funded by a Rubys Artist Grant, Frazier's project "The Guardians of Baltimore" honors strong women from different neighborhoods.
With the Asian Pasifika Arts Collective, Tipon uses art to advocate for AAPI representation in everyday life while building cross-community relationships.
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We catch up with the director of Mission Beelieve.
We catch up with the co-founders of The Environmental Justice Journalism Initiative.
We catch up with the new host of NPR's 'All Things Considered.'
We catch up with the executive director of Art+Feminism.
We catch up with the new director of the American Visionary Art Museum.
We catch up with the city's "Light Guy."
We catch up with the Creative Alliance's new executive director.
Operating out of various schools, The Be. Organization provides creative workshops, an enrichment curriculum, and youth conferences focused on life skills and STEM teachings.
Thirst No More helps global communities in need, including those right here at home.
Schafer discusses his nonprofit, Sharp Dressed Man, and the other causes that he supports.
Annual report by the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance aims to address community problems head on.
We catch up with the founder of HeartSmiles.
Executive director of the North East Housing Initiative provides permanently affordable housing using a community land trust model.
Moms on a Mission founder gives moms the chance to “have fun, give back, and socialize,” without any pressure.