For The Good Of The City
Engagement and Action Summit
Baltimore is transforming. Crime is down. Communities are growing again and people are working together to turn things around. Much good is taking place and yet we still have a ways to go.
For The Good Of The City is a time to unite the people who are serving and bringing hope to Baltimore City. This going to be a great day to connect with people who inspire hope just like you do. During the day we will hear from great speakers like:
"Not In My Neighborhood" Author: Antero Pietila,
Baltimore City Police Dept.Commissioner Anthony Batts,
Baltimore City Health Dept. Deputy Commissioner Dr. Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey,
U.S. Department Of Justice Faith Based Partnership Director Eugene Schneeberg,
BPD Community Partnership Div. Lt. Colonel Melvin Russell.
Union Baptist Church Pastor Al Hathaway.
Enjoy your lunch while participating in roundtable discussions about Reentry, Youth, Community Engagement and Economic Development. Attend your police district breakout and meet the many other people that lead initiatives reaching youth, dealing with public safety, jobs and housing in your neighborhood.
Thanks to our generous sponsors there is not a regsitration fee.
Registration is required
Registration includes light breakfast, all the speakers, roundtables, district breakouts, lunch and exhibits of some of Baltimore's key resources.
Park at the MSU Parking Garage by Hughes Stadium off Morgan State Campus Rd. for $3
Brought to you by Somebody Cares Baltimore in partnership with
Baltimore City Police Community Partnership Division
Baltimore City Health Department and Morgan State University
The Office of the Mayor Stephanie Rawlings - Blake and the citizens of Baltimore
"Seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you,
because if it prospers, you too will prosper" Jeremiah 29:7