A weekly community conversation with civic and community leaders. This week’s guests are: Dr. Elizabeth Rule, Director of the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy, Assistant Professor of Professional Studies, and Faculty in Residence at George Washington University. Rico Newman, member of the Elders Council of the Choptico Band […]
Join us this Halloween season as we explore the spooky stories of Maryland’s witchy past. Hear true tales and folklore from across the state and find out what Colonial Maryland was really like for those accused of witchcraft. Can you tell fact from legend? DIAL-IN INFORMATION Please click the link […]
…Where we’re going. Join us for part two of the conversation on civil rights in Maryland. C. Fraser Smith, author and retired senior news analyst, and TU Professor Donn Worgs, will lead the conversation on contemporary civil rights movements, including Freddie Gray and Black Lives Matter. The panelists will link past […]
Where we were, where we are. Join us to look at the civil rights history in Maryland — including historical moments like the Gwynn Oak Amusement Park, Cambridge riots and the Baltimore student sit-ins. C. Fraser Smith, author and retired senior news analyst, and TU professor Donn Worgs, will lead the conversation. […]
Gov. Larry Hogan is putting Maryland’s reopening plan on hold as coronavirus cases spike in other states.
Three new coronavirus testing sites have been opened in Montgomery County, according to Gov. Larry Hogan, who announced that CVS Pharmacy drive-thru locations will offer testing starting Friday, May 22, 2020.
May 6, 2020: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced 1) if the coronavirus numbers continue to trend downward, Maryland could start to begin easing restrictions and 2) Maryland schools will remain closed through the rest of the academic year.
All Maryland public schools are closed for an additional four weeks until April 24, 2020. State Superintendent Karen Salmon announced the decision at a press conference on Wed. March 25, 2020.