A Conversation with “The Goon Squad” Members

Student Center - Wright Theater

In celebration of Black History Month, the College of Public Affairs, in cooperation with the Morgan State University Urban Research Institute, the Howard University School of Divinity (Baltimore Alumni Chapter), and Associated Black Charities, presents a panel discussion among leaders who have had a great impact on public and social policy in Baltimore.

With the passing of both Rev. Marion Bascom and Rev. Vernon Dobson, many questions have been raised about this group of predominantly African-American men of faith and the origins of their advocacy. This event is intended to explore these questions while appreciating the depth of their impact on the social conditions of blacks in Baltimore.

Ray Winbush, director of Morgan State University's Institute for Urban Research
Marc Steiner, host of The Marc Steiner Show, WEAA 88.9 FM

Homer Favor, economics professor, Morgan State University
Lalit H. Gadhia, attorney
O. Patrick Scott, professor

reception: 2:15-2 p.m.
panel discussion: 3-4:30 p.m.

Wright Theater
UB Student Center
21 W. Mt. Royal Ave.
Public parking is available in UB's Maryland Avenue Garage, 1111 Maryland Ave.

R.S.V.P. to cpadean@ubalt.edu.

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