August 23, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Baltimore Center Stage
part of a series on Justice
About the speaker
Lisa Snowden-McCray is the editor of Baltimore Beat, an independent news outlet in Baltimore City. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, and Essence Magazine, among other places.
Alpha Graphics has distinguished itself as the go-to print shop in Baltimore for more than four decades. We have a rich history in Charm City providing the highest quality customer service and product satisfaction. We are not a part of the franchise and we pride ourselves on being locally-owned and solely owned by a woman.
Baltimore Center Stage is a theater committed to artistic excellence. We engage, enrich, and broaden the perspectives of diverse audiences through entertaining and thought-provoking work and educational programs.
Cedar & Cotton is a new & vintage home furnishings company based in Southwest Baltimore City. We expertly curate, refurbish, and handcraft an eclectic mix of furniture, accessories & lighting. Our signature style mixes traditional with the unexpected, and often incorporates themes from nature, African prints, and metallic accents.
At Impact Hub Baltimore, we believe complex challenges will never be solved by one person or organization alone. We need to work together. That’s why we set out to build a thriving, diverse community where people collaborate across sectors, networks, and neighborhoods.
Local Color Flowers is a Baltimore-based floral design business. We create personalized arrangements and bouquets from fresh, seasonal, and sustainable flowers cultivated by local specialty growers. We are committed to responsible use of resources, supporting the local economy and promoting neighboring farms. We provide our clients an environmentally and socially conscious alternative when purchasing flowers.
Maryland Art Place (MAP) inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP creates a dynamic environment for artists of our time to engage the public by nurturing and promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981.
Mera Kitchen Collective is a community-driven, food-based cooperative focused on empowerment of refugee and immigrant women by tapping into their passion for cooking, self-expression and creating community.
Like most small businesses Pangea Printing started as a hobby that grew beyond our imagination. From screen printing to laser engraving we’re always open to trying out new processes and techniques to get you what you’re looking for.
Just as a vent moves air between spaces, our goal is to be a positive force, helping our customers, staff, coffee farmers, and our environment move toward balance. When something is out of balance, it’s only a matter of time before it falls. In our hiring practices and our coffee sourcing, we work to establish sustainable relationships supported by fair prices and wages.
Wight Tea Co handcrafts loose-leaf tea blends and curates Single-Estate teas in Baltimore, MD. 7 years apart, siblings Brittany and Joseph Wight found commonality and friendship through shared pots of tea at their parents’ dining room table. Since 2016 the siblings have been on a mission to educate others about good tea and to share their unique and flavorful blends.
We’ll be upstairs on the fourth floor!
We’re happy to announce that Baltimore Asian Resistance in Solidarity (BARS), Baltimore Youth Arts, Fusion Partnerships, Maryland Volunteer Lawyer for the Arts (MDVLA), and Unmonument to Liberation and Black Joy will all be tabling at the event to help us round out the theme of Justice. More information about all the orgs can be found here: https://creativemornings.com/blog-posts/11791