The mayoral primary is just six months away, and it’s clear the stakes are higher than ever for the person who wins the job. Record high crime, unrelenting poverty, and flawed housing policies all add up to a city in crisis. But who is best suited to address these issues, and what types of policies…
Pre-trial detention has shifted from brick and mortar prisons to ankle monitors for people that have yet to be charged with a crime. Advocates say that it’s an alternative form of incarceration as they see an increasing number of people held without bond.
Candace Owens of the right-wing org Turning Point USA recently held the group’s #Blexit conference in Baltimore. Jacqueline Luqman talks with Brandon Walker of Ujima People’s Progress Party about their protest of the event, and the political realities that Black voters really face.
Demonstrators say they’ll highlight the Trump administration’s harmful policies that target the environment, immigrants, and more.
Education finance expert Jess Gartner joins TRNN’s Jaisal Noor and Stephen Janis to discuss recent right-wing news coverage of Baltimore city schools
What does it mean for the people living under systemic oppression when society frames their rebellion as a riot?
Baltimore activists call out city officials for not dedicating the entire Affordable Housing Trust Fund towards equitable development
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
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