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Slain Youth Advocate Sought Year-Round Jobs for Baltimore City’s Young People

Slain Youth Advocate Sought Year-Round Jobs for Baltimore City’s Young People

December 6, 2018

Councilman Zeke Cohen submitted a resolution to advance the BMORE Invested Fund to expand Baltimore’s Youthworks program to year-round employment, honoring DaVonte Friedman

Black communities denied $156 billion in property value says new Brookings report

Black communities denied $156 billion in property value says new Brookings report

December 5, 2018

“The pipes in Flint, Michigan could have been replaced 3,000 times with that money” says lead study author Dr. Andre Perry

Even more from The Real Baltimore

Will Kirwan Consider Race When Recommending Fixes to Maryland Schools?

December 15, 2017

Baltimore students and advocates are pushing the Kirwan Commission to consider racial equity when recommending changes to policies and funding

Baltimore Beat & TRNN

December 15, 2017
Baltimore Beat editor-in-chief Lisa Snowden-McCray interviews Real News senior editor Paul Jay on both the perception and substance of leadership in Baltimore

The Death of Detective Sean Suiter: How Deep Does the Corruption Go?

December 11, 2017

Journalists Jayne Miller and Luke Broadwater discuss the burgeoning scandal inside the Baltimore police department over the mysterious death of homicide detective Sean Suiter, who was found dead in an alley shot, with his own gun

Should the Community Control the Police?

December 7, 2017
Residents of the Harlem Park neighborhood in Baltimore where Detective Sean Suiter died three weeks ago told the city’s Civilian Review Board they were subjected to unconstitutional tactics by the department during an investigation that has yet to net a suspect

Ben Jealous: Maryland Needs Medicare-for-All

December 6, 2017

Ahead of a rally with Bernie Sanders, Maryland Democratic Gubernatorial hopeful and civil rights leader Ben Jealous discusses his new state plan for Medicare-for-All

The First Secretary of the Cuban Embassy Visits Baltimore to Build International Solidarity

December 5, 2017

Miguel Fraga, First Secretary to the Cuban Embassy visits Baltimore to speak on international relations, ending the U.S. blockade of Cuba, and the importance of the 1959 revolution that started socialism in Cuba

Man Shot by Baltimore Police in 2015 Granted New Trial

December 5, 2017

Judge grants new trial to Keith Davis Jr. who was charged and convicted of murder after being shot by police