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The death of Sarah Everard spurs movement to stop violence against women

UK woman Sarah Everard was murdered while walking home alone at night, and it has caused an uproar on social media. The “97% statistic” is trending on many social platforms, as data was released by U.N. Women stating that 97% of women ages 18-24 in the UK have been sexually harassed, and many believe it is no different in the U.S.

Montgomery County high schools Red Cross Clubs host virtual blood drive

Silver Spring, MD – From their website, the American Red Cross is in critical need for blood and platelet donors as they deal with the pandemic, natural disasters and other spontaneous life events. Using the American Red Cross ‘Sleeves Up’…

Increasing salt runoff is impacting Montgomery County residents’ water supply

Montgomery County, Maryland – Residents and private corporations excess use of road salt over the winter months has started to infiltrate the water supply. Through regulation and action forums and summits, the Department of Environmental Protection is working to combat the…

University of Maryland students hold candlelight vigil to call attention to anti-Asian hate crimes

College Park, MD– When three Asian-American students at the University of Maryland heard of the Atlanta shootings, they organized a vigil. UMD President Darryll Pines attended. Organizers called on him to do more for AAPI students.

The Department of Homeland Security makes $20 million available to fight domestic terrorism

In the wake of the January 6 insurrection at the United State Capitol building, the Biden administration is taking steps to combat white supremacist motivated domestic terrorism, violence and the online radicalization of youths and adults.

A Georgetown student group helps moms in Guatemala earn a living

Washington- Student group Project Olas launched a Spanish learning program, exactly a year ago, in order to help moms in Guatemala earn some extra money.  In exchange, the program has helped students become better Spanish speakers just by having one-hour…

DACA advocates urge U.S. Senate to vote for path of citizenship

Washington- One DACA recipient explains why a pathway to citizenship is critical for her and her family. 

New vaccination site opens in Hyattsville as Prince George’s County vaccination rates reach state low

Hyattsville, MD–  Prince George’s County opens its sixth Covid-19 vaccination site today at First United Methodist Church in Hyattsville. The new location will offer more residents opportunities to receive the vaccine as the county has been the least vaccinated site…

Maryland begins new Covid vaccine phase, residents 60 and over now eligible

Baltimore- Governor Larry Hogan announced Maryland residents 60 and over are now eligible to receive the Covid vaccine after the state transitioned to phase 2A of the vaccine distribution plan today. Individuals with disabilities will now be eligible to be vaccinated under phase 2B and six additional mass vaccination sites will be added by the end of April.

A bill set to legalize marijuana in Maryland aims to give back to the community

Delegate Jazz Lewis’s House Bill 32 would legalize and regulate the recreational use of Marijuana in Maryland. Sixty-three percent of the tax revenue would go toward HBCU’s and communities affected by poverty and racism.