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Exclusive: Baltimore Cop Convicted of Pulling Gun on Pedestrian He Almost Hit

Exclusive: Baltimore Cop Convicted of Pulling Gun on Pedestrian He Almost Hit

August 8, 2019

The Real News has learned a Baltimore police officer was convicted of 1st degree assault for pulling a gun  on pedestrian who he almost hit with his car

Right-Wing Extremist Scott Presler Organizes Trash Clean Up in West Baltimore

Right-Wing Extremist Scott Presler Organizes Trash Clean Up in West Baltimore

August 6, 2019

Inspired by Trump, right-wing extremist Scott Presler organizes a “Clean Up” event in West Baltimore, but is this altruism or a political ploy for Trump?

Cop Whose Arrest Lead to Black Teen's Death Decertified by State

Cop Whose Arrest Lead to Black Teen’s Death Decertified by State

August 6, 2019

Maryland officials confirmed today that a Greensboro, MD police officer who initially tried to arrest Anton Black and later participated in the arrest that lead to his death has been formally decertified 

Can a Majoritarian Movement Be Built to Stop Trump's Racist Momentum?

Can a Majoritarian Movement Be Built to Stop Trump’s Racist Momentum?

August 2, 2019

Ajay Chaudhary & Maurice Mitchell analyze the racist right wing surge & how to fight for a real democracy built on racial, social and economic justice

The Lines Between Us: The Modern History of Baltimore Apartheid (2/2)

The Lines Between Us

August 2, 2019
In part two, Lawrence Lanahan says the fight for fair housing did not end after the civil rights movement.
Can Cap and Invest Programs Bring Environmental Justice? (1/2)

Can Cap and Invest Programs Bring Environmental Justice?

August 2, 2019
12 states and Washington, DC are teaming up on the Transportation & Climate Initiative, but critics from Newark and Baltimore say the program excludes frontline voices and depends too much on market forces
Tawanda Jones Leads Rally on the Sixth Anniversary of Tyrone West's Death 

Tawanda Jones Leads Rally on the Sixth Anniversary of Tyrone West’s Death 

July 31, 2019

On the sixth anniversary of her brother, Tyrone West’s death at the hands of police, Tawanda Jones leads a rally at the site of where police officers brutalized him, kicking, punching and sitting on him. Delegate Jill P. Carter and advocates from the ACLU attended the rally and spoke about continuing to seek justice for…

At City Hall, Debates Over Water Affordability Measures Rage On

At City Hall, Debates Over Water Affordability Measures Rage On

July 26, 2019

After a ransomware attack that shut down the city’s billing system, Baltimoreans are bracing themselves to receive three months of bills. Affordability advocates are continuing to push for income-based billing