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Martin O’Malley demands justice for Native Americans: Blasts ‘neanderthal’ Trump

WASHINGTON – Native American tribes joined Peace & Justice communities from around the country Friday to protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. Despite periods of rain and some light snow, about 1,000 protestors gathered at 10 a.m. in front of […]

Martin O’Malley demands justice for Native Americans: Blasts ‘neanderthal’ Trump

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WASHINGTON – Native American tribes joined Peace & Justice communities from around the country Friday to protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. Despite periods of rain and some light snow, about 1,000 protestors gathered at 10 a.m. in front of […]

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Hogan’s office responds to Battle of Brooklyn monument request

Editors Note: A  sign is erected for the heroes of the Battle of Brooklyn but writer Bill Hughes believes more should be done. He sent his last article on the

BMA presents its ‘Off the Shelf’ exhibition: Artworks, both modern & contemporary, produced in book form

  I enjoyed a preview Tuesday at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) of a splendid new exhibition. It’s entitled: “Off the Shelf: Modern & Contemporary Artists’ Books.” The program

Hassan Giordano jumps in race for Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Baltimore City

Hassan Giordano with Lt. Gov. Hon. Boyd Rutherford (r) and supporter in the middle. Hassan Giordano announced his candidacy Monday for the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court

One man’s journey onto Baltimore’s stage scenes and film sets

From the Spotlighters Theatre, to John Waters’ Movies, to Matt Porterfield’s Sollers Point. As a subscriber to Baltimore’s “Everyman Theatre,” I and others were given an opportunity, in March, 2016,

Michael Phelps testifies on anti-doping scandal

Michael Phelps testified Tuesday before a House Subcommittee on Oversights and Investigation in Room 2123 of the Rayburn Office Building. He was one of five witnesses. The Subcommittee’s chairman

Elvis, me & the Locust Point Boyohs

He was a momma’s boy. Born piss poor in the poverty-stricken Deep South (Tupelo). He was also shy and fearful. His twin brother, Jesse Garon, was delivered stillborn. About a

Standing Rock & DAPL Pipeline holds emergency protest in Baltimore

Social Justice and environmental activists, in solidarity with Native Americans, staged an emergency protest action on late Wednesday afternoon in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The purpose of the their action was

Labor leaders given World Peace Awards in D.C. Ceremony

On Capitol Hill, on Tuesday afternoon two stalwarts of the cause of Organized Labor, John Sweeney and Elizabeth Powell, were awarded with the “Roving Ambassador for Peace” award. Sweeney is

David Simon blasts President Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’

Author and the man behind HBO's 'The Wire' David Simon hosted a rally Monday at the Beth Am Synagogue in Baltimore to protest against President Donald Trump's travel ban One

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