On Tuesday, a beautiful thing happened in Baltimore. One media outlet covered it, while dozens covered the violence. It is impossible to truly know what’s going on in Baltimore if you’re not
As people across Baltimore prepare for another day of mobilizations to demand justice for the late Freddie Gray, voices from the city’s grassroots are calling for broader U.S. society to
VIDEO: Sean Hannity shamed by Baltimore protester: “You’re not concerned about the welfare of black people!”
Fox News host Sean Hannity placates his elderly, close-minded viewers by letting them live vicariously through him as he scolds a black protester. On Monday evening, Hannity interviewed Adam J. Jackson, CEO of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle and a nonviolent protester in Baltimore.
The Maryland Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights (LEBOR) is the biggest obstacle to meaningful police accountability and transparency in Baltimore and around the state of Maryland.
The loss of Freddie Gray’s life profoundly affects me. Freddie Gray is my age. He attended school in the general area that I grew up. Freddie Gray’s death is symbolic
My father said he survived two wars; one in Vietnam, the other on the streets of Baltimore. My father, Larry Grandpre, was a narcotics officer for over 20 years in
Dayvon Love and Lawrence Grandpre are African-American grassroots community activists who, along with Adam Jackson, lead an organization called Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle. They are fixtures in Annapolis, advocating to the General Assembly on issues like police accountability and drug policy. They have written a provocative book, a collection of essays that call out the liberal white academic community and what they refer to as the “Nonprofit Industrial Complex” for advancing institutional racism. It’s called “The Black Book: Reflections from the Baltimore Grassroots”. Dayvon Love and Lawrence Grandpre join Tom Hall in the studio.
Delegate Kathleen Dumais is the lead sponsor for HB 222. It is a bill that would create the possibility for people who sold heroin to someone who died of an