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Nicknamed the Home Town, the City of Neighborhoods, America in Miniature, Baltimore’s identity and its strength have always been fueled by the character and diversity of its racial and ethnic communities. Any vision for Baltimore’s future must be laser focused on harnessing this strength. Follow our blog pages, to learn about local groups working to preserve the cultural legacy of Baltimore’s neighborhoods. Join the discussion on Carroll’s Hundred, The Otobo Project, and Baltimore Beats.

Carroll’s Hundred

A Brief Historical Saga — For twenty-five years, the Carroll Park Foundation focused, laser-like, on educating the public and protecting the historical record of one …

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The Otobo Project

Our first blog post focuses on a largely forgotten but highly significant African American burial ground known as Laurel Cemetery in Northeast Baltimore. This landmark …

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Baltimore Beats

Recently, as Carroll’s Hundred was gearing up to launch its new website, in a curious twist of synchronicity, the New York Times Magazine announced a …

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