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Minority Minds: Architects of Excellence Conference

September 29 @ 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

September 29, 2020
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Cost: General Admission: $45
General Admission plus CEU’s: $65
The COVID-19 Pandemic has awakened society’s need to reintroduce humanity into our daily lives. Each year, in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, urban communities of color are consistently identified as having the most significant economic, social, educational and health disparities.

Each day, thousands of human service helpers within this area, engage with individuals, families and communities to promote social welfare through transactional change strategies, yet the disparities persist. To achieve Transformational Change in urban communities of color, efforts of those human services helpers must include interdisciplinary collaboration which directly empowers community members to create reclaiming environments in order to achieve optimal development of its members.

The Minority Minds: Architects of Excellence Conference aims to convene human services helpers from various sectors to stimulate scholarly dialogue, which will inform, invigorate, and activate human services helpers to lead and build a movement to improve the social welfare of our urban communities of color.

Join us to learn how you are already a part of the solution, and help us Lead, Advocate, and Change livesin the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.

About the Conference 
The common thread among human services helpers is our service to society. Each of us are
uniquely poised in our roles as helpers to face down social injustice and improve the social welfare
of people of color.

To most positively impact urban communities of color we must move beyond transactional strategies
and build a movement beyond one or two particular lead organizations.

At this conference we will convene Human Services professionals, activists, leaders, and
community organizations from all sectors with community members to begin a collaborative
dialogue of how to facilitate healing and restoration and amass resources to empower
urban communities of color.



September 29
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM