Past
Events

  • July 13, 2016

    In the U.S, nearly all arrested people are required to pay cash bail in order to be released from jail before trial, yet more than 3 in 5 inmates remain behind bars, unconvicted, because they cannot afford to pay. Please join OSI-Baltimore for #unconvicted, a photographic exhibit which documents the plight of pretrial detainees, many […]

    The Living Well, 2443 North Charles Street, Baltimore
    5:30 pm EST
  • June 25, 2016

    Kindling, a series of events that creates guided, two-person conversations between participants, was developed on the heels of Light City Baltimore, in the hopes of continuing the kind of community engagement that week-long event generated.

    The New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 McCulloh Street, Baltimore
    11:00 am EST
  • June 23, 2016

    The recent mass shooting in Orlando has sparked a spike in anti-Muslim bigotry, which had already been soaring as a result of the hateful rhetoric of the current election season. To help discuss ways to reverse the trend, we talk with Deepa Iyer, senior fellow at the Center for Social Inclusion and author of “We […]

    Turpin-Lamb Theatre, Murphy Fine Arts Center at Morgan State University, 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore
    7:00 pm EST
  • June 07, 2016

    June 7, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., at Turpin-Lamb Theatre at Morgan State University’s Murphy Fine Arts Center (directions and parking info) In his recent book, “Knocking the Hustle: Against the Neoliberal Turn in Black Politics,” Johns Hopkins University political science professor Lester Spence charts the negative effects of the capitalist “hustle harder” mentality on African-American […]

    Turpin Lamb Theatre at the Murphy Fine Arts Center, Morgan State University, 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore
    7:00 pm EST
  • June 01, 2016

    On June 1 at Red Emma’s, OSI-Baltimore will host the second event in its “Talking About Addiction” series, a discussion about adolescents and addiction with experts in the field, advocates, and families that have been affected by addiction problems. Much of the public, along with advocates, healthcare providers, and even many in law enforcement, have come […]

    Red Emma's, 30 W. North Avenue, Baltimore
    7:00 pm EST
  • October 27, 2015

    Elizabeth Nix, professor of legal, ethical and historical studies at the University of Baltimore, will bring examples of structural racism and white privilege to light by talking about the history of Baltimore and how that history has resulted in discriminatory patterns and policies and segregation in Baltimore.

    Wheeler Auditorium, Enoch Pratt Free Library, 400 Cathedral Street, 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore
    7:00 pm EST