Jen White-Johnson and her art advocating for Black disabled lives.
Voices of Baltimore
Baltimore has seen more than one dark day, but no one was prepared to witness what took place on April 27, 2015 following the death of Freddie Gray. Moved by the unrest, Maryland Public Television was able to gather stories from residents living in the city to voice their thoughts and concerns behind what some call the darkest days of Baltimore’s history.
This compilation of short narratives sheds light on the events of the day with the hope that our viewers will gain better insight into a community that feels their voices have been unheard for decades.
MPT Digital Studios
A grassroots organization advocates for Black residents in Baltimore and hopes to channel protest energy into research and reform.
Kwame Rose discusses how his activism has changed since 2015.
Bmore United for Change member, Pastor, founder: Freedom School and Food Security Network