mary washington

Blue Wave Falls Short in Maryland's Governor's Race

Blue Wave Falls Short in Maryland’s Governor’s Race

November 12, 2018

After Larry Hogan defeated Ben Jealous for Maryland Governor, we spoke to legislators Mary Washington and Kris Burnett, economist Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, and activist Richard Elliot about what Jealous’ loss means for Maryland’s progressive movement

The Role of Maryland HBCUs in Advancing Equity

The Role of Maryland HBCUs in Advancing Equity

October 8, 2018

TRNN’s Dr. Khalilah Harris joined expert contributors to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing Maryland HBCUs as we move into the future economy

Saving Grace: Baltimore Church Gets Last Minute Reprieve From Unholy Water Bill

May 8, 2018

Barnes Memorial’s congregation was prepared to lose their church over an unpaid water bill, but found salvation when a motion was approved to stay the eviction

Bill Prohibits Baltimore From Selling Properties for Unpaid Water Bills

March 7, 2018

Advocates say that the bill, passed unanimously by the House of Delegates, will help protect elderly minorities who are most affected by tax sales

Dueling Proposals to Ensure Casino Money Goes to Classrooms

February 5, 2018

The Real News examines the debate around Baltimore school funding and looks at two bills that would put casino revenue into a ‘lock box’ for education