News for and about Latinx in Baltimore
Southeast Community Development Corporation (CDC)
Offering Housing Counseling, Eviction Prevention and more in Baltimore City
Information About the Organization
The Southeast CDC is dedicated to growing and supporting a thriving, socioeconomically and racially diverse Southeast Baltimore where residents share in the success and improvement of their communities.
To achieve this vision they stimulate private and public investment in housing, infrastructure, parks, employment and city services; mobilize and support existing residents to participate in the planning and implementation of community projects that improve their quality of life; and attract residents to homeownership while preserving good quality affordable housing.
"In a time of crisis, solidarity grows between Black and Latino activists in Baltimore."
— By Stephanie García
Follow the link to read about how activists in "Baltimore’s Black and Latino communities have increasingly been working together to fight for a range of social justice issues, " an important issue covered by Stephanie García in the Baltimore Sun. In a time of crises like a pandemic, racial inequality, and constant discrimination, unity amongst Black and Latino activists shows the importance in continuing to break down barriers to fight for collective safety and liberation -- rights everyone is entitled to.
Notre Dame of Maryland University, School of Pharmacy, offers Pharmacy Camp designed to help high school students entering grades 9-12 discover exciting topics and career paths in pharmacy and pharmaceutical science. It is important that more Latinos become interested and get involved in this field because bilingual pharmacists are essential. A healthcare professional that understands the client, their language, and their culture allows for a trustworthy, sustainable relationship between the two individuals. Follow the link for more information and to register.