KINETICS leads “Housing for All” Sunday Campaign

KINETICS’  Faith in the City program joins effort with United Workers to organize over 41 Churches and collect 18,500 petitions! After four weeks of intense community outreach and thanks to

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Kinetics’ Founder Named 2017 Bowe Fellow

Jamye Wooten will participate in 10-month program for emerging global executives. The mission of EDGE is to cultivate a group of emerging global executives in Baltimore who will ultimately contribute

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JAMYE WOOTEN TO KEYNOTE “TECH TO TELL YOUR STORY” CONFERENCE

TECH TO TELL YOUR STORY September 8, 2015  8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. University of Baltimore William H. Thumel Business Center, 12 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD. 21201 Register Now

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How The Black Lives Matter Movement Changed The Church

And the work that remains. Antonia Blumberg, Associate Religion Editor, The Huffington Post Carol Kuruvilla, Associate Religion Editor The Black Lives Matter movement was born out of the pain and

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Jamye Wooten Speaks on Lament in response to state violence @ Duke Divinity #FreddieGray

The Ministry of Reconciliation in a Divided World Duke Divinity School June 01, 2015 to June 06, 2015  

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WHY BALTIMORE’S PROTEST MOVEMENT IS DIFFERENT THAN FERGUSON’S

By Leigh Cuen, The Baltimore riots have led to something previously unseen in the post-Ferguson civil rights movement: the almost immediate formation of an organized coalition of activists, with black

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