All Baltimore Voices: Stories About & Beyond the Unrest


Join for storytelling, spoken word, and a panel discussion at this event that recognizes the one-year anniversary of the Baltimore Unrest. The public is invited to share personal stories about, before, or beyond the Baltimore Unrest in story circles during a storytelling workshop led by Dr. Karsonya ("Kaye") Whitehead of Loyola University.

It is followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Brian Morrison, founder of the William J. Watkins, Sr. Educational Institute; Makayla Gilliam Price, senior at Baltimore City College public high school ​​and activist; and Katrina Bell McDonald, Associate​ Professor​ of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University​.

Poet Kondwani Fidel, who has been called "Luzerne [Avenue's] Poet Laureate" by Baltimore City Paper performs a spoken word tribute. Workshop participants then present their stories.

Free admission. Refreshments provided. For more information, to participate in the storytelling workshop, and or to present your stoop story, please e-mail Terry Taylor by clicking here. This program is sponsored by the Maryland Humanities Council.

Please let us know that you're coming. Click here to RSVP online.


10am        Storytelling circles
12pm        Panel discussion
1pm          Spoken word by poet Kondwani Fidel
1:30-3pm Public storytelling/Spoken word presentations

Date and Time
Saturday, April 23, 10:00 am
Contact Information
For more information call 443-263-1800