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A year after Freddie Gray’s death, kids turn Baltimore’s uprising into art


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.

Last month around 100 activists associated with Justice League NYC and other civil rights groups marched down historic US Route 1 through Baltimore as participants in an event named #MARCH2JUSTICE.

How African Americans and immigrants in Baltimore find common ground in police reform

Grace Lyo at one of the markets she runs in West Baltimore.

In Baltimore, neighborhoods come together across cultural lines

A man, protesting the death of Freddie Gray, is detained by police after defying a curfew in Baltimore, Maryland April 30, 2015.

This is why Freddie Gray ran from the cops

Baltimore residents gather at the corner North and Pennsylvania Avenues on May 1, 2015 to cheer the news that six police officer will face charges in the death of Freddie Gray.

Baltimoreans cheer the unexpected indictment of six police offcers over Freddie Gray’s death

Baltimore city firefighters walk past a West Baltimore residence that was set ablaze after the funeral of Freddie Gray on April 28, 2015.

As Baltimore burns, community leaders condemn violence but urge reform


No one is happy about the violence that shook Baltimore on Monday, with politicians condemning the rioting and the family of Freddie Gray saying they’re “appalled.” But others in the city also want to point out the deep social problems that help fuel the anger.