Baltimore

After Finding Refuge in the US, Asylum Seekers Now Fear Deportation

Real Talk Tho Episode 8 - Segments

July 16, 2019
Episode 8 of Real Talk Tho: As Trump threaten immigration raids, how will Baltimore respond? (2/10)
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Real Talk Tho: How will Baltimore Respond to Immigration Policy”

July 16, 2019

As Trump Ratchets Up Anti-immigrant Rhetoric, How Will Baltimore Respond? Images of children at the border locked in cages and starving have sparked protests across the country. Meanwhile, President Trump’s threats to carry out raids in cities like Baltimore have immigrant communities living in fear of being detained or deported. Do these harsh immigration policies…

As Republicans Push Pro-Life Agenda, Maternal and Infant Death Rates Rise

As Republicans Push Pro-Life Agenda, Maternal and Infant Death Rates Rise

July 16, 2019

Not only has maternal and infant health mortality rates increased in the U.S. but these rates are double for black women compared to their white counterparts–no matter what their education or income level. Community Doulas and midwives think they have part of the solution

After 31 Years on the Job at $12 an Hour, Airport Workers Prepare to Strike

After 31 Years on the Job at $12 an Hour, Airport Workers Prepare to Strike

July 12, 2019

11,000 low wage workers across the country may strike for better pay and working conditions, if released by federal mediators

Grassroots Activist Diamonte Brown Confirmed as Victor in Teachers Union Election

Grassroots Activist Diamonté Brown Confirmed as Victor in Teachers Union Election

July 11, 2019

An internal report obtained by The Real News found that educator activist Diamonte Brown was rightfully elected as the president of the Baltimore Teachers Union

Cops Raided This Black-Owned Business Eight Times, and They Still Weren't Done

Cops Raided This Black-Owned Business Eight Times, and They Still Weren’t Done

July 8, 2019

To understand how policing affects the psyche of a community, we explore the story of black business owner in Baltimore who was raided so many times he filed a lawsuit, and won