• Rolling Stone covers Baltimore surveillance program

    In its story, “Eyes Over Baltimore: How Police Use Military Technology to Secretly Track You,” Rolling Stone details the controversy over the Baltimore Police Department’s (BPD) secret surveillance program. The story cites the efforts of the Campaign for Justice, Safety & Jobs, an OSI-Baltimore grantee, to get the City Council to address the surveillance program and […]

  • OSI partners with New Day Campaign on “Addiction Now” Coffee House series

    OSI-Baltimore will partner with the New Day Campaign, an organization that uses art-based programming to challenge the stigma associated with mental illness and substance abuse, on its 2017 “Addiction Now” Coffee House series. The Addiction Now series explores the current cultural, scientific, and clinical aspects of addiction. The first Addiction Now event, “Opioid, Opioid, Opioid” […]

  • WYPR profiles three more OSI Community Fellows

    Today, as part of its ongoing series of profiles of OSI-Baltimore’s 2016 cohort of Community Fellows, WYPR’s “On the Record,” hosted by Sheilah Kast, profiled Gianna Rodriguez, Deborah Ramsey, and JC Faulk (click names to hear each profile). As pat of her Fellowship, Gianna Rodriguez will expand on her work with Baltimore Youth Arts to establish […]