Bmorenews’ Doni Glover to Co-Moderate Tonight’s Political Forum at Woodlawn Community Center

(BALTIMORE – May 31, 2018) – There is an important primary election quickly approaching. As a matter of fact, Early Voting for this Maryland’s primary begins June 14, 2018. Consequently, The Northwest Voice Newspaper is hosting its second political forum in as many weeks. While last week’s forum was in Randallstown, this one will be in Woodlawn.

Owned by Kenny Brown, The Northwest Voice Newspaper covers the Catonsville, Owings Mills, Pikesville, Randallstown, Reisterstown, Windsor Mill and Woodlawn areas. Here are the details:

County Executive, Legislative District 44B, Councilmanic District 1
Thursday, May 31, 2018
6 to 8:30 p.m.
Woodlawn Community Center
2131 Woodlawn Drive, Woodlawn, 21207

The evening will include refreshments and a mix and mingle with community leaders and members from 5:30 to 6 p.m. The forum will begin at 6 p.m.

Among moderators for tonight’s event is Doni Glover, Publisher of

Publisher of and since 2002, Glover is also a noted political analyst who has graced both local and national television and radio, particularly during the time of the Freddie Gray Unrest. The Maryland native has built a reputation over the years from a litany of both political and business activities from Upstate New York to New Orleans to Portland, Oregon, including the ORIGINAL Black Wall Street Series which aims to celebrate black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. He has also been a part of numerous activities and discussions surrounding the continent of Africa.

Author of the 2015 autobiography “Unapologetically Black”, he has been an advocate for Afrocentric causes, with an agenda marked specifically by black business, education, ex-offender services, affordable housing and universal access to health care.

As a Baltimore-based journalist, Glover has covered national and international news from sites across the US, and extending to Canada, the Caribbean, East Africa, and the Middle East. One of the highlights for he and his team was covering the Obama White House nearly 50 times.

At present, he has over 180,000 followers on social media, including 150,000 on his Doni Glover Facebook fan page.

Politically, Glover has moderated or co-moderated a long list of debates across Maryland on the local, state and federal levels. They include races for US Senate, Maryland governor, and Baltimore City Mayor.

He has also helped push legislation in Annapolis and Washington on a plethora of issues, including his favorite, Small and Minority Business Enterprises. He is a strong propend for entrepreneurship and believes it is the best hope to help transform the black community.

A former Social Services Commissioner for the State of Maryland under then-Governor O’Malley, he has also served on the State of Maryland’s African American History and Culture Commission under Gov. Larry Hogan.

Further, he was a part of the 2010 lawsuit against then-Gov. O’Malley’s Maryland redistricting plan.

No stranger to politics, Glover says he “just wants to see all people in Maryland get treated fairly, beginning with African Americans.”

He is the father of one son and daughter, and is blessed with one grandson.