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Video Clips of Past Events
 

The History and Institutions of Racism in Baltimore
A conversation to better understand the history and institutions of racism that continue to play a major role in Baltimore today. Fall 2016

D. Watkins: The Redeeming Power of Education and Art
D. Watkins uses his personal narrative as a backdrop to discuss how education and art can be transformative and empowering. Fall 2016

DewMore Baltimore City Youth Poetry Team
Youth expression through poetry and spoken word Fall 2015

Community Involvement: Dispelling Myths and Providing Tips
Panelists include community-engaged student, faculty, and community-based organization leader. Fall 2015

Andrew DeVos: Understanding Baltimore: Urban Life, Race, Class and the City Past & Present
This presentation focuses on aspects of structural racism and how these restrictions coupled with economic change have concentrated poverty in particular areas of our cities. Fall 2014

JHU/Baltimore History Online Module Discussion
Panelists include community partners, faculty and staff featured in the JHU/Baltimore History module. Fall 2014

Community Involvement: Dispelling Myths and Providing Tips
Panelists include community-engaged students, faculty, and community-based organization leaders. Summer 2014

Service-Learning Faculty & Community Fellows Celebration and Presentation
The 2013-2014 Faculty and Community Fellows Cohort celebrate their achievements. Spring 2014

Community Involvement: Dispelling Myths and Providing Tips
Panelists include community-engaged student, faculty, and community-based organization leader. Fall 2013

Baltimore Community Conversation: What Determines Health?
JHSPH, Spring 2013

Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City
Lecture by book author, Antero Pietila. Fall 2011.

Community Involvement: Dispelling Myths and Providing Tips
Panelists include community-engaged student, faculty, and community-based organization leader. Fall 2010

Ceasefire: Getting Baltimore Drug Dealers Out of the Game
Baltimore Sun columnist, Dan Rodricks