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In February of 2020, dozens of organizations and hundreds of youth and community leaders launched Healing City Baltimore in a commitment to building a racially, socially and economically just and thriving Baltimore for ALL.

More important than ever, these efforts have continued throughout one of the most trying times in Baltimore’s history, including planning for the next annual Healing City Summit, February 3-7, 2021. This year’s summit includes five days of virtual community building and healing as we work as a city united to move Baltimore forward, together.

To attend the sessions, register here We will be hosting two sessions:

February 3rd, 2021 at 12 pm Latino Youth Stories about Healing from Trauma

Join six young Latinos sharing the stories of resilience in Baltimore. If you attended this session, the recording is available now https://youtu.be/J12_ShvKqZE


  • Aubrey Alvarenga

  • Madeline Avalos

  • Mayri Segura (pre-recorded in Spanish)

  • Kelly Sibrian

  • Melissa Torres

  • Noe Cedillo

Moderated by:

  • Monica Guerrero Vazquez

  • Rachel Duncan

February 5th, 2021 at 11:15 am COVID’s Impact on the LatinX Community

A conversation about COVID19 and the impact on mental health among Latinos. If you attended this session and registered to attend, the recording is available now https://whova.com/portal/webapp/heali_202102/Agenda/1450716. Download the presentation here.

Presented By:

  • Mayra Sanchez Gonzalez, PhD, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

  • Monica Guerrero Vazquez, Executive Director, Centro SOL, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Find the full agenda on the Healing City Baltimore 2021 Website at https://healingcitybaltimore.com/2021summit/. Register for free now, and explore the agenda with all the amazing Baltimore presenters.



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