In The Press

LBS Legislative Priorities Article

Capital News Service Article on the CRB

Bridal Pearson Op Ed

Harlem Park Town Hall Baltimore Sun Article

Harlem Park Baltimore Sun Article

One Year After the DOJ Report: Baltimore's Civilian Review Board


Justice Dept to Take on Affirmative Action in College Admissions

Efforts to turn back the hands of time on civil rights and affirmative action are nothing new. What is new is the energy that will come to the forefront to thwart such attempts, and build on the successes accrued thus far.

The question of the day is an echo from our past based on one of the Civil Rights Movement's most popular songs...." Which side are you on, which side are you on"?


Baltimore residents weigh in on consent decree monitor


On Time: Sunday July 16, 2017



Female Trouble podcast: Jill P. Carter, Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights director (episode 46)


Police reform oversight applicants vying for position in Baltimore

Civilian Board Pushes Back Against Baltimore Police in Controversial Case

Pugh appoints nine to Baltimore Civilian Oversight Task Force mandated by consent decree

The Killing of Freddie Gray, Addendum 15 – Trial By Fire

Baltimore civil rights monitor applications present a choice: Local knowledge or national expertise

Union denounces officers’ charges         

   LGBT Officials named to Baltimore Commissions

May 21 2017 Baltimore Sun Article



City Paper Article on Director Jill P. Carter


Article on Director Carter in Loyola Magazine

Baltimore Sun Article on Director Carter