ABAG is committed to helping our communities heal and to building a stronger, more equitable city in which all can thrive. Our Association members have been coming together in many conversations and across sectors to partner and support Baltimore. ABAG Members - please visit our ABAG #OneBaltimore web page to keep abreast of our network's ongoing efforts.
In April 2015, the tragic death of Freddie Gray sparked an uprising of protests, both peaceful and destructive, that have since driven deep reflection within the foundation community. Many local funders have made significant investments over time in the communities that suffered damage and we continue to ask ourselves individually and as a community what we can and should be doing differently to respond in the near term and to drive better outcomes for our communities in the long term.
This is a brief summary
highlighting actions taken by the Association and by its members and is a working document intended for regular updates.
2/9/2016, 9:30 - 11:00 AM
Please join us on Tuesday, February 9th to hear about key education issues in the 2016 session of the Maryland General Assembly. Our speakers will be Bebe Verdery from ACLU-MD and Kate Rabb from Advocates for Children and Youth.