Uncovering a Pioneering Town’s Hidden History
Student Excavation Project Offers Clues to Daily Life in PG County’s Oldest Black Community
With each shovel of dirt, students from the Univ. of Maryland hope to piece together a chronicle of the Henry Randall House, the first residence built in one of the state’s oldest Black incorporated towns, and with it, capture more than a century of life marked by emancipation, Jim Crow and the civil rights movement.
Southern Maryland News
MD Black Mayors Take on Stormwater Drainage to Protect Bay
Photo feature: Jacqueline Goodall (left) President of Maryland Black Mayors [and current North Brentwood Town Manager], and Petrella Robinson (right), Mayor of North Brentwood, discuss how MBM and the Town will use a NFWF grant to curb ongoing flooding issues.
National Public Radio
The Kojo Nnamdi Show: What Gentrification Means for DC’s Artists
Mentions North Brentwood, as part of Gateway Arts District, an affordable alternative for DC artisans.