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BY Michael Sampson | Baltimore, MD | 10/15/15
On the night of Oct. 14, over 50 Black youth protesters stormed Baltimore City Hall, demanding police accountability.
BY C. R. Manor | Salt Lake City, UT | 5/10/15
Despite rain, 200 people took the streets of Salt Lake City to show solidarity with Baltimore protesters.
BY Katherine Draken | Tallahassee, FL | 5/03/15
On May 1, over 30 students and community members gathered in downtown Tallahassee for a march in solidarity with the people of Baltimore for International Workers Day.
BY Gage Lacharite | Tampa, FL | 5/03/15
University of South Florida (USF) students rallied in solidarity with protesters in Baltimore, April 30.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 4/30/15
The spark that began last September in Ferguson is now a prairie fire in Baltimore. Like people in many cities, Houston activists held an anti-police brutality rally in solidarity with Baltimore, April 29. Over 50 activists gathered in Houston’s Third Ward, a predominately African American neighborhood, to denounce the crimes of the Houston Police Department.
BY Michael Sampson | Baltimore, MD | 4/29/15
Well over 2000 students from various colleges and high schools here marched on city hall today, April 29.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 4/29/15
About 2500 people are marching through the streets here, on the evening of April 29, sending a powerful message of solidarity with the struggle against police terror in Baltimore.
BY Michael Sampson | Baltimore, MD | 4/27/15
Protesters’ clashes with police continued throughout the evening of April 27 as police moved into West Baltimore, setting up blockades of riot police everywhere and stopping residents from coming and going freely where they live.
BY Michael Sampson | Baltimore, MD | 4/27/15
High school students leaving school, protesting for Justice For Freddy Gray were met by Baltimore Police in riot gear on the afternoon of April 27.
Freddie Gray
BY Michael Sampson | Baltimore, MD | 4/25/15
Over 4000 protesters took to the streets here, April 25, shutting down major intersections, while demanding justice for Freddie Gray. The protests started in West Baltimore, where Gray lived and demonstrators marched all the way to City Hall where speakers gathered to address the crowd.
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