A free community event
A FREE community film screening and discussion on the award-winning film, "WALKING WHILE BLACK: L.O.V.E. Is The Answer," which was partially filmed in Columbia and aims to build stronger relationships between police and other community members.
Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019, 6-9pm.
Jim Rouse Theater at Wilde Lake High School
5460 Trumpeter Rd., Columbia, MD 21044
More info and registration here.
From August-February -- Bring your reusable bags when you shop at Roots Market and donate to PFLAG! Roots is an eco-conscious vegan focused grocery store, with locations in Clarksville & Olney, MD. Receive a "dime" for every bag and Roots will match it at the end of the session. Read about the program here.
Community Job Postings
ACLU: Legal Administrative Coordinator - Full time, Entry Level
The ACLU of Maryland is excited to announce that we’re hiring a Legal Administrative Coordinator, who will be a core member of the ACLU of Maryland’s Legal Department, based in our Baltimore office. The Legal Administrative Coordinator serves as the administrative expert and problem-solver in the legal department, developing and maintaining innovative and streamlined administrative systems and procedures. They work closely with the entire legal team on all administrative aspects of programmatic work and are an integral part of the internal work of the department. Currently, the legal team is working through litigation and advocacy to protect and expand civil rights and racial justice here in Maryland, which includes protecting immigrants’ rights, reforming our criminal legal system, pushing for police accountability, challenging discrimination, and much more. Read more and apply here.
UUCC is advertising for a half-time Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia, MD, seeks a half-time community organizer to build relationships among the high school youth and young adults in our congregation and our Columbia neighborhood. The Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry (DYYAM) will work with this developing community to craft a vision for the ministry they desire and then facilitate its implementation.
The DYYAM will join a collegial UUCC staff team that collaborates in cultivating an institution that makes a positive difference for the whole community. As we work to understand and dismantle white supremacy and intersectional oppressions, we seek staff who are compelled to work where their values are aligned.
The ideal candidate will be a part of the demographic they will be serving; persons of color and/or those who identify as LGBTQ are especially encouraged to apply.
Preferred start date is August 1; work hours are flexible. Salary commensurate with UUA Fair Compensation guidelines. Please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com by June 21, 2019. See the posting here.