From Riot to Uprising: How Baltimore Protestors Flipped the Script


Protestor poet Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum on the streets of the Baltimore Uprising

How Well Do You Know Yourself?

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J.R. Reynolds explains why rigorous self-examination is critical for growth.

There are More Baltimores: America’s Legacy of Hollowed-Out Cities


America is a country with pockets of poverty with neighborhoods filled with unskilled workers with limited opportunities.

The Lie Behind #All Lives Matter

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When you say “All Lives Matter,” you’re saying racism doesn’t exist.

Sports Explained: Your Definitive Guide To The Preakness Stakes and The Triple Crown


Within hours of today’s 140th running of The Preakness Stakes, Sports Explained provides you with all you need to know on The Triple Crown, Kegasus, and racing ponies in the wake of the Baltimore riots.

The Slow Poisoning of Freddie Gray and the Hidden Violence Against Black Communities

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Freddie Gray had high levels of lead as a child, one of the environmental injustices suffered by poor and minority groups.

The Problem with Wanting ‘Peace’ in Baltimore


The Baltimore protests are actually a cry for peace — the positive peace that only comes about through justice.

A Patriotic Citizen of Baltimore Responds to Critics


What fear mongering in the media doesn’t show us about protests and unrest in Baltimore City

Breaking Stereotypes in Baltimore: The Uprising Photo You Need to See

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The cop, the protest, and the little girl with the tiny broom. Goodness is all around us.

Banding Together: The Voice of Youth in Baltimore

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A young group of former gang members shed light on a different side of the Baltimore riots.

Dump Mayweather, Support Nepal, and Hope We Rise from Baltimore To a Brighter Future


In this week’s Friday Sports Dump, we ask you to think before watching two people box and thank two young adults for making us not lose faith in the future.

Little Hope in Baltimore for the 2’s, 3’s, and 4’s


When people see no hope for a better future the inevitable eruptions should can come as no surprise.

Finding the Courage to Talk About Violence

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In the wake of Baltimore’s riots, Raoul Wieland explores the nature and implications of violence and the social disconnection that inflames it.

After Baltimore This Week, What Happens Now?


The recent unrest in Baltimore is certainly an important event, but it probably won’t lead to large-scale changes anytime soon. ___ Lots of people have been talking about the civil disturbances that rocked the city of Baltimore this week, and not without good reason. They clearly are connected to the recent controversies surrounding instances of […]

The Baltimore Protestors Should Never Go Home


Eric Shapiro realizes a whole lot of people wish the protesters in Baltimore should just go home. Here’s why he believes that is the last place they should go.