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Dr. Johnny Rice II
Documentary Alert: Charm City
I wanted to bring to your attention a riveting documentary film by Marilyn Ness to takes a deep dive into the challenges Baltimore City faces.
Upcoming Event: Safe and Together Institute Conference
I am excited to serve as an invited keynote speaker at the upcoming Safe and Together Institute Conference in San Antonio,
Remembering Fathers Who Have Been Victimized By Violence
Father’s Day allows us to take stock of the important role fathers and father figures play in the lives of children.
Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope
Greetings Family. I want to make you aware of a new documentary being screened on trauma entitled “Resilience” produced by KPJR Films.
Checking our own pulse: Why we must not ignore stress and trauma inherent in victim-centered work
The recent murder of Lara Sobel, an employee of the Vermont Department for Children and Families,
Reflecting on policing, Freddie Gray, and the Baltimore uprisings: Finding common ground to promote healing
On the evening of Sunday, May 10, Prince performed a benefit concert at the Royal Farms Arena in downtown Baltimore City in honor of Freddie Gray,
Honoring the courage of domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, advocates, and allies on VAWA’s 20th anniversary
On Tuesday, September 9, I attended a celebration at the National Archives in Washington,