Ongoing Advocacy

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Activists fight to end medical debt lawsuits

Last spring, Hopkins Hospital paused its long-time practice of suing patients who could not afford their medical treatments. 


"Uprooted and displaced": How the East Baltimore Development Initiative gentrified Middle East

“There were many opportunities to do the right thing, to make a difference for those families whose lives will never be the same. The pain and the horror of the whole process, of being relocated and displaced, of gentrified community — you can’t imagine the pain that goes through your mind.”

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How does the University's nonprofit status affect the city?

The U.S. government classifies most colleges and universities as nonprofits because of their “educational purposes,” exempting them from federal income taxes. This means that, despite operating four campuses in Baltimore, Hopkins is not legally required to pay the city any property taxes. 

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