Thanksgiving Clean & Green

Join Councilwoman Shannon Sneed and Kneel2Stand Baltimore for a community clean up along Monument Street! Please bring a canned good or non-perishable item to donate to Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School. Clean up supplies will be available! Join us November 19th from 10am-2pm beginning at Northeast Market… see you there!

Coffee with the Sneeds!

Spread the word and join Councilwoman Shannon Sneed and Major Milton Snead for a conversation about crime in the Belair-Edison community, and how we can take preventable measures and implement community policing. Join us September 18th, 6:30pm at Herring Run Library!

Save the Date!

Save the date and spread the word! Fort Worthington, our new 21st Century school, will be hosting a Back to School Jam and BBQ, September 1st from 3-7pm. There will be music, food, fun, and free giveaways. See you there!

Opposed to Council Bill 17-111

I cannot support the Council bill 17-111 (Weapons – Prohibiting Handguns Near Places of Public Assembly) that is being introduced on Monday that would implement a mandatory minimum for the possession of an illegal handgun.
This bill does not and will not combat crime in Baltimore City. We know the best ways to fight crime: a quality education for our children, accessible afterschool and summer programs, job training and college readiness programs for children and returning citizens, addiction counseling for those who need it, and increased funding and the expansion of SafeStreets.
As my colleague Kristerfer Burnett noted on social media, mandatory minimums do not deter crime. I am worried that this legislation will lead to the arrest of many more Black men and women. We must turn the corner from the era of Mass Incarceration and mandatory minimums to an era of seeing drugs and crime as symptoms of larger societal problems and gear policy to treat these symptoms and problems.