In Maryland, one immigrant community not known to wade into politics is joining the debate — and coming out loudly against sanctuary.
Students and recent college graduates are an important group at the CPAC event each year, and many sessions focus on how to network and begin a career in conservative politics.
Get out the vote. We’re hearing a lot those efforts this year. In Maryland, some people pushing to bring people to the ballot boxes can’t even vote themselves.
There are about two dozen specialized high schools in the US that create separate spaces for immigrant students. But some critics say these schools are a form of segregation.
After Freddie Gray’s death, Baltimore photographer Devin Allen’s photo landed on the cover of Time magazine. Today, he’s teaching local youth how to use cameras to tell their own stories.
One year after a burst of violent attacks, Digital Harbor High launched a program to bring Latino and African-American students together.
When protests broke out in Baltimore, some immigrants there saw connections — how their relationships with police are similar to the relationships between cops and African Americans.
State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced on Monday that the city will prosecute six officers over the death of Freddie Gray, with charges rising all the way to second-degree murder. The decision sparked immediate and mostly positive reaction from the city.
The frightening scenes of urban unrest in Baltimore, and in Ferguson Missouri before that, reflect a long-smoldering distrust of police in African-American communities nationwide. A lot of departments, Baltimore’s among them, have made substantive strides in recent years increasing diversity. But Census Bureau statistics also indicate that police in many of America’s largest cities still don’t reflect the makeup of the communities they serve.
Baltimore's population has long been segregated by race and class, even as a matter of formal government policy. And while those discriminatory practices are no longer law, they've created a legacy of poor housing that still harms poor, overwhelmingly black residents.