the No Boundaries Coalition

History

Since 2008, the Coalition has brought residents together from Sandtown, Druid Heights, Upton, Madison Park, Penn North, Reservoir Hill, and Bolton Hill to address the issues that have maintained racial and economic segregation for decades. In 2010, after organizing the third annual “Boundary Block Party”, 25 neighborhood leaders met and decided the effort to bring residents together should expand and become more organized; that meeting founded the No Boundaries Coalition. Since then, our work has included organizing peace rallies, a produce market, advocating for school construction, leadership development, public art projects, block parties, walking tours, listening campaigns, and more.  The No Boundaries Coalition is currently advocating for safer streets, increased police accountability, and healthier foods in the neighborhood.

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