Delegate Angela Angel would like the positive male role models in our community to celebrate the occasion with the second annual Dap Day, a day in which the caring men in our community show their solidarity and support for the students of Prince George's County Public Schools. Volunteers form a perimeter of encouragement at the front entrance of all local schools in District 25 and give an encouraging handshake/dap to every student before they start their school day.
The Energy Equity Alliance (EEA) supports clean energy and affordable and reliable energy for our country’s most vulnerable communities-working class families, low and fixed-income residents, and people of color. We urge public policymakers to consider how energy policies may disproportionately impact these consumers.
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Life sneaks up on you fast. Too often we are so busy living and surviving that when we look back, we realize that we have forgotten the masterpieces and beautiful disasters left in our wake. Then there are things like the Facebook Memories program that can transport us, for good or bad, back into a place in time we may have long forgotten. It’s amazing how you can scroll past a status update and see a version of yourself. A girl in love, a happy mother, an amazing adventure. A peek into a moment that you lived…a moment that shaped the very moment you are standing in…an unadulterated, look into who that person was and how they have or have not changed the person you are today.Read more
For some families summer means increased family time, vacations and new adventures. For others it means worry and concern over an increase in expenses that have to be managed within a tight budget. The debate over Governor Larry Hogan’s executive order mandating Maryland’s public schools to start classes after Labor Day next year does not address the families who struggle through summer and its increase in expenses. Far too often our most vulnerable children and families are left out of policy discussions that directly affect them. As I listened to the debate over the extensions, I did not hear anyone talking about families and children who rely on school meals and struggle to find adequate childcare during the summer months. This change in policy may allow many families to enjoy extended vacations and some Maryland businesses will benefit from an extended break but the fact is that 1 out of every 5 kids in Maryland struggles with hunger. We cannot make this change in policy without considering our most vulnerable children and families. Hunger does not take a vacation.Read more
Delegate Angel Agrees with Mayor Pugh: Every Student Should Have Access to Counseling in Their Schools
ANNAPOLIS, MD – For the past two legislative sessions, Delegate Angela Angel has presented a bill that would provide access to the type of therapeutic counseling services Mayor Cathy Pugh mentioned during Friday’s press conference. On Thursday, March 10th at 1pm, Delegate Angel will present House Bill 786 to the House Ways and Means committee. House Bill 786 authorizes school personnel to refer students that may be in need of behavioral and/or mental health counseling and requires insurance companies to pay for counseling services provided in school.