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The Torrey Smith Family Fund and the Stokey Project hosted "Conversations for Change" on Wednesday at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in East Baltimore. The goal of the panel discussion was to find solutions to the issues facing young, black males in Baltimore. (Capital News Service)

Former Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and his wife, Chanel, will visit Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in East Baltimore Wednesday for a panel conversation on issues facing young black males in the city.

The Smiths will join a wide slate of panelists at the "Conversations for Change" event, including Carlmichael "Stokey" Cannady, a reformed drug dealer and community activist; former Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain; city schools chief academic officer Sean Conley; city schools police Chief Akil Hamm; Roc Nation Apparel executive Emory Jones; business consultant Leon Caldwell, of Caldwell and Associates; Apostle Karen Bethea, of the Set the Captives Free Outreach Center; and 92Q radio host Konan, who will moderate the discussion.

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Smith now plays for the San Francisco 49ers, but his charity, the Torrey Smith Family Fund, which supports underprivileged children, remains based in Baltimore.

Wednesday's event is free, and anyone over the age of 14 may attend and participate in the discussion, which will be held in the school's auditorium. Doors open at 6 p.m.

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