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International Overdose Awareness Day

August 31, 2017 is International Overdose Awareness Day. Please use and share the following resources to help increase our collective knowledge of overdose and take actions to help stop the alarming increase of overdose-related deaths. READ MORE »

OSI plans 5-year roll-out of restorative practices in Baltimore City Public Schools

OSI-Baltimore, in collaboration with Baltimore City Public Schools, the Family League of Baltimore, and the Baltimore School Climate Collaborative, will begin the process of implementing restorative practices in all Baltimore City Schools over the next five years. READ MORE »

Audacious Thinking: Spring 2017 Newsletter

Read the Spring 2017 issue of OSI-Baltimore's newsletter, Audacious Thinking. "Seeking Solutions" recaps the 2016 Solutions Summit, introduces readers to OSI's youngest donor and celebrates 20 years of Community Fellowships. READ MORE »

OSI-Baltimore Launches Safe City Baltimore

OSI-Baltimore and MIMA created SAFE CITY BALTIMORE in response to the needs of Baltimore’s immigrant communities. The fund will focus on three tiers of support, including “know your rights” outreach, legal assistance to help families develop safety plans, documentation of feasible legal claims to stay in the country, and legal assistance to those in detention and facing deportation. READ MORE »

Seeking Solutions: Audacious Thinking Spring 2017

Posted on June 2nd, 2017 at 4:06 pm

Read the Spring 2017 issue of OSI-Baltimore’s newsletter, Audacious Thinking. “Seeking Solutions” recaps the 2016 Solutions Summit, introduces readers to OSI’s youngest donor and celebrates 20 years of Community Fellowships. Check out the new issue here.



OSI Announces New Community Fellows, Releases Network Analysis

Posted on November 9th, 2016 at 7:11 pm

This morning, OSI-Baltimore announced its 19th cohort of Community Fellows. The new Fellows will each receive $60,000 over 18 months to support local projects they designed to address problems in Baltimore’s underserved communities. The 10 new Fellows include established activists,…



Media Advisory Contact Evan Serpick 410-234-1091 Open Society Institute-Baltimore is deeply troubled by revelations that the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) has been conducting a covert surveillance program in the skies above our city since January. OSI-Baltimore calls for the Baltimore…



On Thursday, OSI-Baltimore hosted its second “Understanding Addiction” training for Baltimore police officers and cadets. As The Guardian reported in its story about the training, the officers and cadets heard from people who had been directly impacted by police abuse,…



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