|(BALTIMORE – March 23, 2020) – As the scope of the coronavirus public health epidemic expands, join the Baltimore NAACP as we unite and encourage our community. We call on the government, and institutions to approach this crisis with an equity and inclusion lens that protects, supports and includes those who are vulnerable and too often marginalized.
Join us for this online tele-town hall on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Be sure to RSVP and download the zoom app on your phone or computer.
Everyone is confronted with the challenges of the virus and the challenges of the state of emergency. Stand with the Baltimore NAACP as we work to protect our people, organize to get information out to everyone and advocate for resources to be placed where they are most needed.
Rev. Kobi Little, President NAACP Baltimore City
Dr. Letitia Dzirasa, Baltimore City Health Commissioner
Chief Charles Svehla, Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management
Dr. Panagis Gallatsatos, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Assistant Professor Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician
Dr. Johnathan Zenilman, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine-Infectious Disease Doctor
Joshua Harris, Vice President NAACP Baltimore City