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‘Women need to be heard, helped, and empowered,’ says Commission for Women’s new chair

November 9, 2023

An Instagram post on Mayor Brandon Scott’s page seeking volunteers for the Baltimore Commission for Women immediately piqued the interest of Kionne T. Abdul-Malik. “I saw the post right at the same time that I felt the urging to do more community work within the city. I applied and went through the process and was selected to serve,” the 44-year-old Ten Hills resident said.=

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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