Several unsuccessful efforts to push election officials to change the upcoming primary ballot has key African-American candidates frustrated
In the second part of her interview with Lisa Snowden-McCray, Jill Carter says that in her run for state Senate, she doesn’t expect votes based on “blind loyalty to the Democratic Party”
Jill Carter of Baltimore’s Office of Civil Rights says she has high hopes for new Police Commissioner Darryl DeSousa, but the issues within the BPD are systemic, and fixing the corruption will require hard work and more civilian oversight
Organizers disrupt traffic and shopping at the Towson Mall near Baltimore as actions demanding accountability for police brutality continue nationwide
Residents, attorneys and law enforcement officials offer testimony on whether the Maryland legislature should repeal key components of the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights.