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Chris Ryer & Reginald Moore

Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights will grow a healthier, happier generation

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young recently introduced the Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights, a positive and unifying vision of what childhood in Baltimore can and should be. Led by the City of Baltimore Department of Recreation and Parks, city agencies and many partners have been working with youth, residents and other stakeholders to develop a declaration of the rights of...

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About Chris Ryer & Reginald Moore

Chris Ryer is the city of Baltimore’s planning director. Reginald Moore is director of the City of Baltimore Department of Recreation and Parks.

 

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