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Walters Art Museum sends public Labor Day email criticizing staff for not unionizing quickly, yet refuses to recognize union
Organizers say the Walters could recognize the union at any time, but instead is delaying a union vote over a legal question that could exclude security personnel who are mostly people of color.
All 22 locations of the Pratt Library system are included in the union drive, which is just the latest in a string of union campaigns sweeping Baltimore.
Workers say the grocery retailer’s progressive branding belies understaffing, substandard wages, and dangerous COVID-19 policies.
For nearly two decades, many longtime residents of the West Baltimore neighborhood of Poppleton have been displaced from their homes for the sake of redevelopment plans that have yet to materialize.
An overdose prevention site installation provided Baltimoreans with a sense of what places where people use drugs without fear of arrest—or death—would actually look like.
The Real News Network and Just Media are partnering to launch a new fellowship program that empowers Baltimore writers that are passionate about reporting on criminal justice issues from their communities’ lived experiences.
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