Racial Justice

The Racial Justice Huddle recognizes that systemic racism still exists in every aspect of American society and that white supremacy is infused into the foundation of this country. Racism is perpetuated through white privilege, the white standard, and unequal treatment of people of color in the educational, criminal justice, and other core institutions.  Our mission is to educate ourselves, ask ourselves the hard questions about our history and current society, and to act to eradicate racism and to come together to create a more just future for all. To receive information about our next meeting and upcoming events, please email marylandwisewomen@gmail.com. 
Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Summit
Delegate Alice Cain and other supporters of full funding for the Kirwan recommendations  (Blueprint for MD) for education reform are
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Please call Governor Hogan 410-974-3901 and tell him stop short changing HBCUs and give them the amount they are owed
It’s time to take a stand! Please call Governor Hogan 410-974-3901 and tell him stop short changing HBCUs and give
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An excellent OpEd by WISE woman Mariya Hutto
https://www.capitalgazette.com/opinion/columns/ac-ce-column-hutto-20190929-idxtkczmlrdgtlnargr2xnuqni-story.html
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Equal Justice Initiative Essay
WISE Woman Lauren Carlson won second place in the Equal Justice Initiative essay scholarship contest, her essay is below, and
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Maryland Lynching Memorial Unveiled
The first Lynching Memorial in Maryland was unveiled in Anne Arundel County this month at Whitmore Park. Thank you to the
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SURJ Announces: Workshop on Community Safety and Policing Sunday July 14, 2019 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Who You Gonna Call? Workshop on Community Safety and Policing Hosted by Showing Up for Racial Justice Annapolis & Anne
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Can you attend and provide testimony this Monday at the County Council meeting about why you think fair housing is
COUNTY COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY, JULY 1 AT 7:00 PM Arundel Center – Council Chambers44 Calvert StreetAnnapolis, MD 21401  Councilwoman Sarah
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Tonight: Take ACTion -Housing, Gun Violence, Zoning
ANNE ARUNDEL CONNECTING TOGETHER an affiliate of the Industrial Areas Foundation Take ACTion  THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 7-8:30PM   Asbury United
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Connecting the Dots: Remembrance and Reconciliation Project and EJI announce a scholarship essay contest for 2018-2019 AACPS 9th-12th graders
RACIAL JUSTICE ESSAY CONTEST The Equal Justice Initiative in partnership with the Connecting the Dots: Remembrance and Reconciliation Project is
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