United Black Clergy to hold town hall to address 'unchecked' racism in Pasadena

The United Black Clergy of Anne Arundel County will host a community town hall Friday to address the “unchecked culture of racism” in Pasadena. Two of the area’s schools — Chesapeake High and Chesapeake Bay Middle — have been under scrutiny following racist acts that targeted African Americans. “We are not going away until we have confidence that African-American children and their families are safe in Pasadena,” said Apostle Larry Lee Thomas Sr., leader of the county’s United Black Clergy, in a statement. (Capital)

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