Even more from The Real Baltimore
Barnes Memorial’s congregation was prepared to lose their church over an unpaid water bill, but found salvation when a motion was approved to stay the eviction
The Baltimore Bureau on May Day protests, fights for clean water and air, misogyny in Annapolis, the legacy of the Catonsville 9, and the people hurt by corrupt cops—and a preview of a new show
At a gathering to honor Vietnam War protesters, students say their university is priming them to work for the country’s military industrial complex
In part three of our series of conversations about sexual misdeeds in Maryland’s state capital we discuss how the system that is supposed to help women and men who suffer abuse are rigged to protect public officials
Marc talks with three guests about the legacy of the nine Catholic activists who saved lives by burning hundreds of Vietnam War draft papers 50 years ago
Joe Crystal, who reported the misconduct of his sergeant and had to leave the department, tried for months to return to the Baltimore Police Department, but was shot down by a department that doesn’t really want to change.
Residents called for unity in the fight for fair wages, universal healthcare, and dismantling of the Baltimore Police department
The Baltimore Bureau discusses the city’s uprising three years ago, a historic skating rink, local Senate races and the Hopkins nurses attempting to form a union.
As the #Metoo movement sweeps the state capital, even elected officials say they endure abuse at the hands of men
Marc talks with TRNN Executive Producer and former political prisoner Eddie Conway and Baltimore activist Durre Smith about how Baltimore’s movements and conditions have changed since the city’s unrest 50 years ago