“The amount of money they paid these anti-union lawyers...It's an insult to spend money against somebody when you could have spent less [helping] somebody. I think that is one of the most despicable insults to the workers.”
Richard is a member of the Maryland NAACP, Our Revolution Maryland, Progressive Maryland, Prince George’s County Young Democrats, and the Democratic Socialists of America. He has worked on and supported numerous political campaigns across Maryland, including the Steering Committee of Maryland for Bernie Sanders, Jill P. Carter for Congress, and Mayor of Bowie Tim Adams. He has also written numerous policies for the local, state, and federal level, including legislation to expand Black history education, the renaming of racist schools in Prince George’s County Public Schools, and COVID-19 response legislation for the City of Annapolis. Richard received his Master’s Degree in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University.
To learn more about his campaign visit www.richformaryland.com.
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