Please review the major highlights from our activities last week. If you have questions or comments, please use the space provided below or email us directly at email@example.com.
Cecil Solidarity Town Hall Meeting Recap
We hosted our first virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, July 21 to help all members of the CS family better understand who we are and what we do, celebrate our successes, hear from ACLU of Maryland reps and discuss how you can get more involved on the frontlines. Specific highlights from the Town Hall included:
- An overview of how we got started
- A breakdown of our mission, vision and pillars of focus
- A recap of our police and education reform pillars
- Our accomplishments to date
- Updates from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Maryland team
- Cecil Solidarity Resources
To watch the replay of the Town Hall, please click here or visit our official Cecil Solidarity Facebook page in the videos section.
Click here for a page that includes answers to all the outstanding questions we were unable to respond to during the live call.
Share Your Thoughts On the Town Hall: Take Our Survey
We hope you found our Town Hall to be helpful and ask that you take a few moments to share your thoughts on what worked well and improvements that we need to consider for future Town Hall meetings.
Click here to take our survey.
Our Code of Conduct
During the Town Hall, we introduced a few updates to our code of conduct. Our code serves as a guide to help us all do the right thing and stick to our goal of Creating a Cecil for All People. When you have a moment, please view this code in its entirety. If you have questions about the code, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requests to join the Community Engagement Committee, the Education Committee and the Voter Engagement Committee and the Book Discussion Group are still ongoing. Please click these respective links to apply and or learn more today.