Press Releases

Baltimore City Hispanic Commission Applauds Governor O’Malley For His Leadership In Protecting Constitutional And Immigrant Rights

Baltimore, MD – The Baltimore City Hispanic Commission thanked Governor O'Malley today for his leadership in maintaining the Constitutional rights of Baltimore residents by issuing an order directi

Mayor Rawlings-Blake, Latino Economic Development Center Announce Grand Opening Of New Satellite Office

BALTIMORE, MD (June 4, 2014) —Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Marla Bilonick, interim executive director for the Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC), to announce the opening of a

Baltimore City Health Department Releases Latino Health Report

The Baltimore City Health Department is releasing a new report, The Health of Latinos in Baltimore City, today.

Baltimore Hispanic Leaders Commend Mayor For Taking Leadership Against Arizona Anti-Immigrant Law

On June 16th , The City of Baltimore’s Law Department joined an amicus curiae brief filed in Arizona urging a federal district court to block enforcement of the State of Arizona’s new anti-immigran

Baltimore Joins Cities And Counties Across The Country Asking Federal Court To Block Arizona’s Anti-Immigrant Law

Today, Baltimore’s Law Department joined an amicus curiae brief filed in Arizona urging a federal district court to block enforcement of the State of Arizona’s new anti-immigrant law.

Baltimore Hispanic Leaders Commend City Council For Taking Leadership Against Failed Immigration Enforcement Program

On June 14th, The Baltimore City Council overwhelmingly approved a resolution opposing a federal immigration enforcement initiative, the so-called “Secure Communities program.” Citing the city’s ri