Wednesday Marks 100th Birthday For Late Author Alex HaleyWednesday marks the 100th birthday of the late author, Alex Haley. Haley died at the age of 70 on February 10, 1992, in Seattle but part of his work from his popular story about family history stemmed from Maryland.
Maryland Civil Rights Leaders Travel On Bus Tour To Address Systemic Racism & Police MisconductMaryland Civil Rights leaders traveled across the Eastern Shore on a bus tour to remind Marylanders of the need to eliminate systemic racism and police misconduct on Monday. 
How George Floyd's Murder Sparked Activism In Baltimore & Pushed For Change In The Maryland State HouseOne year ago, George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis. His death, at the hands of a police officer, was captured on camera and sparked activism around the world.
Mayor Brandon Scott Releases Statement On The 1 Year Anniversary Of George Floyd's DeathBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott released a statement on the 1 year anniversary of George Floyd's death. 
Graffiti On Black Lives Matter Marquee At Howard County Middle School Being Investigated As Hate Crime, Officials SayPolice are investigating a report of graffiti at a Howard County middle school as a hate crime, officials said Monday.
Proud Boys Leader Henry Tarrio Arrested, Accused Of Burning Church BannerPolice in the nation’s capital on Monday arrested the leader of the Proud Boys, who is accused of burning a Black Lives Matter banner that was torn down from a historic Black church in downtown Washington last month.
Baltimore Youth Advocates Reflect On Lessons Learned From Deaths Of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor And BLM MovementWhile COVID-19 dominated the headlines in 2020, Americans also experienced a racial reckoning of sorts.
Anthony Brennan III, Cyclist Accused Of Attacking Black Lives Matter Supporters In Bethesda, Pleads Guilty To AssaultThe man accused of attacking Black Lives Matter supporters in Montgomery County has pleaded guilty to assault.
65% Of Marylanders Support Black Lives Matter Movement, New Poll SuggestsIn a new Goucher College poll released Monday, many Marylanders say they support the Black Lives Matter movement, but that they still are favorable toward police.
Poll: 66% Of Marylanders View Police Favorably, But Most Want Some ReformIn a new Goucher College poll, most Marylanders say they want to see some type of police reform even though most are favorable toward police.
Harlem Park Three Support The Black Lives Movement; Hope It Leads To Meaningful ChangeThe Harlem Park Three reflect on the current day protests for police reform that echo what they experienced nearly 40 years ago.