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As part of Strong City’s yearlong 50th anniversary celebration, we are releasing a book describing how our organizing strategies have supported community-led visions for neighborhood change. The volume, titled Building Blocks: Stories of Neighborhood Transformation, will be available soon and can be pre-ordered right now.  Reserve your copy today! As part of Strong City’s yearlong 50th anniversary celebration, we are releasing a book describing how our organizing strategies have supported community-led visions for neighborhood change. The volume, titled Building Blocks: Stories of Neighborhood Transformation, will be available soon and can be pre-ordered right now.  Since our founding in 1969, Strong City
Media Inquiries: Samantha Solomon, ssolomon@strongcitybaltimore.org Strong City Baltimore is adjusting its operations to follow the restrictions and best practices laid out by Maryland officials in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Given that the communities we regularly serve include many who may have chronic illnesses, be immune compromised, be uninsured or underinsured, and/or lack access to sufficient health care, we felt limiting operations was the best way to care for our fellow Baltimoreans. Though many of
Media Inquiries: Samantha Solomon, ssolomon@strongcitybaltimore.org Strong City Baltimore is postponing Neighborhood Institute 2020 (NI2020), originally scheduled for March 28th at Baltimore City Community College (BCCC), in accordance with the mandates from state and city leadership about cancelling large-scale events due to public health concerns over the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The annual skill-building conference for neighborhood leaders will be rescheduled to fall 2020. “Neighborhood Institute attracts community leaders, activists, and nonprofit professionals from
Media Inquires: Samantha Solomon ssolomon@strongcitybaltimore.org Digital Media and Communications Manager This post was updated on March 19, 2020. As a result of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), we will be cancelling all on-site classes through April 3rd. Given the aggressive nature of this virus, the age and health of some of our students and teachers, and the lack of affordable healthcare for our uninsured population, we feel this is the most appropriate measure we can
Strong City Baltimore helps people and organizations to be more effective and efficient – through human development at the Adult Learning Center, skill sharing at Neighborhood Institute, fiscal sponsorship of more than 100 community-based projects, and in many other ways. But how does Strong City itself operate more effectively and efficiently? Enter Reggie Davis. Reggie, who joined Strong City in November in the newly created position of Chief of Staff, brings a wealth of experience