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Calais Campbell and the Rockefeller Foundation join forces to support CLLCTIVLY's Covid-19 Baltimore Micro-Grant Fund.Learn More about NFL's Man of the Year, Calais Campbell partners with CLLCTIVLY
Learn more about the Black-led organizations and businesses serving in Greater Baltimore.
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The Black Church Food Security Network partners Black farmers and urban growers …
Fight Blight Bmore is a campaign of people working together to cultivate safe, g…
A Revolutionary Summer is an intensive critical reading and writing program dedi…
Kindred Community Healing comprises three community initiatives: Healing BMore A…
On Wednesday, Jamye Wooten, CEO of CLLCTIVLY, “a place-based social change organization centering Black Genius, Narrative Power, Social Networks, an…
CLLCTIVLY’s founder, Jamye Wooten, featured in the Fall issue of John Hopkins Magazine.
2x NFL champion, Torrey Smith introduces us to the financial driver behind a lot of grassroot organization
The origin story of CLLCTIVLY dates back to the 2015 Uprising sparked by the tragic death of Freddie Gray in the custody of the police. Wooten joined …
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The Black Choreographers Festival is a weekend of dance that will highlight the beauty & talent of Baltimore BIPOC dance artists.
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