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Why do white lives matter more than black lives?

Baltimore has captured the country’s attention for more than two weeks now. Yet another unarmed Black man—Freddie Gray in this instance—had an encounter with law enforcement. He died April 19 a week after he sustained a fatal spinal injury while […]

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Why do white lives matter more than black lives?

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Baltimore has captured the country’s attention for more than two weeks now. Yet another unarmed Black man—Freddie Gray in this instance—had an encounter with law enforcement. He died April 19 a week after he sustained a fatal spinal injury while […]

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Baltimore riots: Five undeniable truths in America

Since the death of Michael Brown Jr. last year, this country has seen wide spread demonstrations, violence, and social discord unlike anything we have seen since the Vietnam era.

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Businesses should follow CVS and reinvest in Baltimore

CVS Health revealed plans this week to rebuild two Baltimore stores destroyed during last week’s riots that rocked the city and prompted the National Guard to be called up for a

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Prince announces special ‘Rally 4 Peace Concert’ in Baltimore

MINNEAPOLIS (May 5, 2015) – Iconic music artist and multi-talented entertainer, Prince, has announced a special RALLY 4 PEACE concert in Baltimore, Maryland scheduled for Mother’s Day, Sunday May 10th.  The show will take

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Baltimore deserves better leadership

On NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday, former mayor and governor Martin O’Malley and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Baltimore deserves better. The citizens of Charm City, black and white, dutifully

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Libertarians, liberals duck easy fight in Baltimore

Ever since Ferguson, it’s become fashionable for public figures to demonstrate their Serious Concern about criminal justice by decrying America’s plague of mass incarceration. In their response to the

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Baltimore’s Heartbreak: Where did the fury come from?

Forty-seven years ago, when the city of Baltimore had its most catastrophic riot in the aftermath of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination, City Hall quickly imposed a curfew. I

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Baltimore burns as the news watches

On Monday Baltimore, the Charm City, burst into the flames of chaos and riots shortly after school let out for the day. Kids got the word through social media

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Freddie Gray: What other local media outlets are saying

FREDDIE GRAY: National and state leaders of the Black Caucus plan to call on the U.S. Department of Justice to launch a comprehensive investigation of  potential civil rights violations

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Baltimore’s crisis changes Hogan’s plans

Gov. Larry Hogan talks to reports at the Maryland Emergency Management command center Monday. (MEMA Facebook page) By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Emergencies happen for chief executives that wipe their calendars clean. Tuesday, Gov.

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