News for and about Latinx in Baltimore

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"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. 

Covid-19 Resources

Covid-19 Testing Locations

Aquí tienen las direcciones de varios sitios que hacen pruebas de COVID-19. Por favor, asegúrense de que sigan haciendo pruebas en el lugar que desean visitar ANTES de ir porque las circunstancias cambian de día a día.

Pharmacist  in aisle of Pharmacy

Pharmacy camp

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. 

Opportunities and general resources

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