Eze and Khalilah talk about the week’s Baltimore stories which include a conversation with a mother whose son she says was murdered by a police officer in 2006, the end of the Poor People’s Campaign, and Maryland’s Democratic primary races on Tuesday
The Baltimore Bureau talks about Commissioner De Sousa’s indictment, the closing of a children’s hospital, a church’s reprieve from eviction, the rising cost of public housing, and the 40th anniversary of Black Classic Press.
The Baltimore Bureau discusses the city’s uprising three years ago, a historic skating rink, local Senate races and the Hopkins nurses attempting to form a union.
TRNN Replay: In 2015 TRNN explored the political dynamics that made poverty both profitable and intractable in Baltimore in this long-form documentary. In wake of Trump’s comments about the city and the ensuing controversy they stoked, we are reposting the piece to provide context to the underlying long-term policies that have contributed to the city’s…