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Upcoming Events

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  • Film High Tide in Dorchester

    high tide in dorchesterFilm Screening: High Tide in Dorchester

    A film by Tom Horton, Dave Harp and Sandy Cannon-Brown

    Thursday, December 13, 2018 (Evening)

    TIME: 6:30-8:30pm

    TYPE: Film Screening and Discussion

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    Speaker: Sandy Cannon-Brown

    If the consequences of global warming and rising sea levels and the worsening erosion and the high tides they bring seem a little hazy to you, come take a tour of Dorchester County, which is already experiencing the future that increasingly faces coastal areas worldwide. High Tide in Dorchester is a film that encourages discussions and actions concerning sea level rise, erosion and climate change in Dorchester County, MD. The film creates a powerful, intimate story that looks at a worsening global threat through the lens of Chesapeake Bay’s most vulnerable county.

    PRICE: $20 Members; $25 Non-members. $15 Young Dems. $10 Students. Includes hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar.


     

  • Brian Frosh

    Brian FroshBrian Frosh, Attorney General of Maryland

    Tuesday, December 18, 2018 (Lunch)

    TIME: 11:30am – Bar opens; 12:15pm – Lunch served; 1-2pm – Presentation and Q&A

    TYPE: Speaker Luncheon

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    Brian Frosh, the twice-elected attorney general for the state of Maryland, is a champion for the environment, public health, and the most vulnerable populations. Under his leadership, Maryland became the first state in the nation to issue guidance prohibiting discriminatory profiling by law enforcement, declaring definitively that race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, and religion cannot be factors in routine police activity. Mr. Frosh and District of Columbia Attorney General Karl A. Racine recently filed a lawsuit alleging that President Trump had violated the Constitution’s emoluments clauses by benefiting from foreign governments through his hotel and golf businesses.

    Prior to being elected Maryland’s attorney general, Mr. Frosh served in the Maryland General Assembly for 28 years. He was elected as Maryland’s 46th Attorney General in November 2014, and has been committed to serving as the “people’s lawyer.”

    PRICE: $25 Members; $30 Non-members (Includes lunch); $15 Young Dems. $10 Lecture only.


     

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