Baltimore

Officials to Announce Funding Details for Affordable Housing in Baltimore

Officials to Announce Funding Details for Affordable Housing in Baltimore

August 27, 2019

The Department of Housing and Community Development is expected to unveil key details for Baltimore’s $20 million Affordable Housing Trust Fund, the result of years of organizing and protest

Newark's Water Crisis is One of Thousands That Are Worse Than Flint's

Newark’s Water Crisis is One of Thousands That Are Worse Than Flint’s

August 25, 2019

Lead poisoning is a public health emergency in poor working class communities across the United States, raising crime rates, causing school dropouts, filling our prisons and creating human tragedy

Police Use Your Money to Buy Silence of Brutality Victims

Police Use Your Money to Buy Silence from Brutality Victims

August 22, 2019

A Real News investigation reveals how the political power structure of policing allows brutal cops to silence victims with public money

How The Mainstream Media Fuels America's Income Inequality Machine

How The Mainstream Media Fuels America’s Income Inequality Machine

August 18, 2019

From medicare for all to neoliberal tax subsidies for major corporations the mainstream media often bolsters the notion that a more fair and equitable society is not possible

Baltimore Takes Aim at the Predatory Capitalism that Spawned Trump

Baltimore Takes Aim at the Predatory Capitalism that Spawned Trump

August 13, 2019

Baltimore is on the cusp of adopting policies that will turn the tables on the exploitative housing policies that devastated the city and fueled Donald Trump’s rise

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

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