Pugh on defensive over handling of the Tent City protesters — Baltimore Brew
City Paper Photographer Documents “Last Days in Paper City” — Baltimore magazine
The Baltimore Sun reported today that the U.S. Department of Justice will not move forward with charges against the officers in connection with the death of Freddie Gray.
The president’s latest head-scratching speech, in which he urged law enforcement to not be “too nice” to arrestees, reopened some wounds here in Baltimore.
Baltimore’s police union today condemned the news that internal charges are being brought against five of the six officers who were indicted and later acquitted (or had charges dropped) in Freddie Gray’s spring 2015 death, saying in a statement that “the only losers in this decision to continue persecuting these five officers are the citizens of Baltimore City.”
A woman who suddenly collapsed and fell severely ill after she was arrested by Baltimore police officers last week passed away today.
Devin Allen’s iconic photos of Baltimore are making their way into an exhibition at the Smithsonian’s newest museum.
Baltimore City is bleeding residents, according to new U.S. Census figures released today.
Two years ago, Baltimore photographer Devin Allen became an internationally known name for his raw images capturing the spring 2015 uprising. His newest upcoming book, “A Beautiful Ghetto,” chronicles those fateful days that followed the death of Freddie Gray in police custody.