#MeToo

International Afro-Latina Day 2018: Celebrating Culture, Centering Healing (1/2)

July 30, 2018

The 2018 U.S. Afro-Latina Day conference focused on survivors of sexual assault and strategies for healing through sisterhood, artistic expression, and fellowship across generations

Maryland Delegate Speaks Out Against Colleagues Who Harassed Her

Maryland Delegate Speaks Out Against Colleagues Who Harassed Her

April 29, 2018

As the #Metoo movement sweeps the state capital, even elected officials say they endure abuse at the hands of men

Culture of Sexual Harassment Thrives in Democratic Capital

April 25, 2018

In the first installment of the our three part series women who work in Maryland’s state capitol say that leadership does little to protect staff, to curtail unwanted touching and inappropriate comments

State’s Attorney Race: Thiru Vignarajah Addresses #MeToo, Race, Residency, and Money

April 6, 2018

In the second part of our interview with former Deputy Attorney General Thiru Vignarajah talks about a controversial hidden video, persistent rumors, and a contentious residency hearing.

State’s Attorney’s Race: Ivan Bates On Racism, Politics, Marilyn Mosby, and #Metoo

April 4, 2018

In the third part of our interview with Ivan Bates, who is running for State’s Attorney in Baltimore City, we talk politics, the challenges faced by minority candidates, and the #metoo movement

Baltimore Public Housing Resident Suffers Concussion from Falling Ceiling

February 6, 2018

The Real News continues to document the deteriorating conditions in subsidized housing as a woman who told her story of sex abuse continues to endure dangerous living conditions by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis

Hidden Victims

January 26, 2018
An ongoing investigative series exploring black women’s interactions with law enforcement and city agencies as victims of crime, sexual assault, police brutality as well women who have entered the prison industrial complex.