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We are greater than AIDS

Today, 36.9 million people worldwide are currently living with HIV/AIDS, of which 2.6 million are children.

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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Announces Enhancements to Baltimore Sister Cities Program

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to restructure the Baltimore Sister Cities Program, aiming to expand the program’s focus on developing significant opportunities for economic partnerships, more cultural and educational exchanges, and health and environmental initiatives.

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Perfectly Attended.

It is from education we improve our lives, and attendance makes a difference.

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Los Centros de Acción Comunitarios de la Ciudad de Baltimore

Sabias que la Ciudad de Baltimore ofrece servicios para la comunidad por medio de su programa de Asociación de Acción Comunitaria (conocidos por sus siglas en Ingles CAP), este programa se hace cargo de centros comunitarios ubicados en varias partes de la ciudad. 

El Servicio de Reciclaje de la Ciudad de Baltimore

El reciclaje es un servicio gratuito ofrecido por la Ciudad de Baltimore que reduce la cantidad de basura y ayuda a limpiar el medio ambiente.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Issues A Statement to Mark the One-Year Anniversary of President Obama’s Executive Action Granting Deferred Action to the Parents of U.S. Children

BALTIMORE, Md. (November 20, 2015)Today marks a year since President Obama announced his Executive Actions granting Deferred Action to hardworking immigrants.


Vacants to Value

In November 2010 I launched  the Vacants to Value (V2V) initiative, the City’s first comprehensive blight elimination plan.  In its 5-year history, the program has received numerous national awards for its innovation and cutting-edge practices that are enhancing the quality of life, rebuilding our neighborhoods, and driving economic development. 

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