If you haven't made it to a Critical Social Justice event yet, today is a wonderful opportunity to join us. From 12-2pm on Commons Main Street the Women's Center will be hosting Vines, Rhymes, and Headlines: Telling the Story of Baltimore. This is an interactive exhibit that you can spend as much time (or as little time) checking out. Our student staff have put a ton an effort into creating their research boards and Prezi presentations related to the story of Baltimore and the Uprisings and it would be great to support their efforts. Moreover,
• From 12-1pm, editor-in-chief of Baltimore's City Paper Karen Houppert and independent journalist James MacArthur (Baltimore Spectator) will be talking about journalism, ethical reporting, and new media in a discussion moderated by Professor Deborah Rudacille.
• At 1:15pm, Michael Stone, who has been working with Dr. Denise Meringolo on the BaltimoreUprising2015.org crowd-sourcing archive, will join us for a conversation about that project and documenting the stories of the uprising.
Please stop by for any and all of this event. Attached is a jpg flyer in case you'd like to help us push out the last minute word by posting it on your social media pages.
Other events happening throughout the rest of the week:
• From Belief to Action: An Interfaith Dialogue - Tonight at 5pm on Main Street
• How to Talk to Kids about Isms Roundtable Discussion - Tomorrow at 10am in the Women's Center
• Baltimore Walking Tour led by Kate Drabinski - " SOLD " OUT :)