The SAAM Community Resource Panel is designed to equip student activists and advocates with an understanding of the resources available in Baltimore and of the people survivors may encounter. Representatives from Morgan State, Goucher College, UMBC, TurnAround Inc., the Baltimore City Police Department, Mercy Hospital, the Sexual Assault Legal Institute, and the Special Victims Unit from the Office of the State's Attorney will be speaking on the panel. This event is open to anyone in a college community who has interest in learning more about the resources in Baltimore.
It will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 9, in Krieger 205 on the Homewood campus.
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