Category: Racial Equality

Emergency Action – Police Reform NOW

Community Leaders of European Settler Descent Condemn Violent White Supremacists and Response of Law Enforcement

Community leaders of European settler descent (also called white) from Action Annapolis, AACo Indivisible, Annapolis Pride, Connecting the Dots, Good Trouble in AACo, March On Maryland, One Pasadena, Our Revolution AACo, PFLAG Annapolis/Anne Arundel County, Showing Up for Racial Justice of Annapolis & Anne… Continue Reading “Community Leaders of European Settler Descent Condemn Violent White Supremacists and Response of Law Enforcement”

Empowering Interfaith Communities to RISE UP against racism – free online webinar

Join us for the WISE Virtual Monthly meeting November 18 at 7pm

Please join us for our November WISE meeting Who:  All are welcome! What: Virtual Meeting to discuss and learn what we can each do to improve our community and county.  Local organizers and activists will share their recent actions to eradicate racism through education, activities and persistence. Where:  Online!  Link below. When:  November… Continue Reading “Join us for the WISE Virtual Monthly meeting November 18 at 7pm”

Know the facts about Corine Frank D3

Board of Education candidate Corine Frank’s deeply partisan activities should concern the voters of District 3.  Rather than quality education for all, is her allegiance to AACo politicians and the Republican Party? Did you know?  Corine Frank has a long record of partisan activities… Continue Reading “Know the facts about Corine Frank D3”

Ashes to ashes screening and panel discussion

Join Connecting-the-Dots AACO on Friday, October 16 from 7pm to 9pm as we watch and discuss this powerful short documentary, Ashes to Ashes.  Synopsis: Winfred Rembert, a survivor of an attempted lynching in 1967, a Star Wars fanatic and leather artist, develops a friendship with Doctor Shirley Jackson Whitaker who… Continue Reading “Ashes to ashes screening and panel discussion”

Recent news articles have highlighted the plight of Dr. Andrea Kane, the Superintendent of schools of Queen Anne’s County.  In a recent lengthy newsletter to parents  she included the need for the students to become more educated on the issue of racism and related topics.  Some… Continue Reading “”

Protest Planned for July 3 in Response to Denny’s Calling 911 on Local Civil Rights Activist

*For Immediate Release*   Date: July 1, 2020 From: Community Actively Seeking Transparency (C.A.S.T) March on Maryland, Showing Up for Racial Justice Annapolis & AACo (SURJ3A), Women Indivisible Strong Effective (WISE), Connecting the Dots, One Pasadena Contact: Emma Buchman- (443) 618-3094 or emma@marchonmd.org  … Continue Reading “Protest Planned for July 3 in Response to Denny’s Calling 911 on Local Civil Rights Activist”

Write the County Council to ask them to reject AACPS transportation cuts!

Write the County Council to ask them to reject AACPS transportation cuts! The Board narrowly voted to cut ALL the new transportation positions from the budget that were supposed inefficiencies that, according to an independent evaluation, could save AACPS millions of dollars and improve… Continue Reading “Write the County Council to ask them to reject AACPS transportation cuts!”

Please Act Now to decrease police violence by 72%!

Data proves that together these eight policies can decrease police violence by 72%. Please visit this website to find out more and read the study!  You can also request that the mayor of Annapolis be added to the list:       https://8cantwait.org/ Please take… Continue Reading “Please Act Now to decrease police violence by 72%!”