Thursday, February 2, 2023
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Union Baptist Church

Hathaway puts forth a People’s Plan for Baltimore

This week Act Now Baltimore founder and longtime Union Baptist Church Pastor Alvin Hathaway unveiled a policy of truth for the people of Baltimore. Let him tell you more about it.

The power of Act Now Baltimore helping vulnerable citizens during vaccine process

Reverend Al Hathaway joins Baltimore Positive once again to discusses the role of his growing Act Now Baltimore coalition in getting vaccines into arms of vulnerable residents.

Hathaway teaches how peaceful protests have changed his world and Baltimore

It's a time to listen to the streets of America as we assemble for change

Hathaway discusses impact of virus in challenged communities

Continuing our exploration of how life has changed for all of us during this pandemic and national crisis...

Hathaway discusses many challenges of the struggle in West Baltimore

Reverend Al Hathaway of Union Baptist Church is on the streets of West Baltimore making a difference every day. This is his story...

Hathaway tells genesis of Union Baptist Church in 1865 and how it serves Baltimore

Reverend Al Hathaway has been a leader in West Baltimore and an agent for positive change throughout our community. Here he tells the history of his church and how it serves.

Rev. Hathaway discusses his path to a better life via education and diversity

City College, George Young, Kurt Schmoke and Elijah Cummings were all a part of the childhood of Reverend Al Hathaway of Union Baptist Church. Hear his story of a lifetime spent helping the people of Baltimore...
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