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Legacy of segregation lingers in Baltimore

Baltimore neighborhoods reflect a legacy of segregation more than half a century since the Civil Rights movement eliminated most barriers that were enshrined in law. Lines still divide the city, separating out areas where residents are overwhelmingly black from those that are diverse or mostly...

  • Timeline: Sheila Dixon's Career

    Timeline: Sheila Dixon's Career

    More than five years since her resignation, former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon says she is running in the 2016 mayoral race. Her announcement comes as incumbent Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake faces backlash from the recent unrest following Freddie Gray's death. Dixon became mayor in 2007 and resigned...

  • Key excerpts from Baltimore police union's After Action Review

    Key excerpts from Baltimore police union's After Action Review

    Here's what you need to know from the Baltimore police union's 32-page After Action Review released July 8: On the mobile app? View the excerpts here. 1Leadership These riots were, without question, preventable; however, Baltimore Police commanders failed to meet professional standards on all levels....

  • Timeline: Anthony W. Batts' career

    Timeline: Anthony W. Batts' career

    Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts came to Baltimore in 2012 pledging reform, and during his nearly three years with the department, there was hardly an issue that arose that he didn't meet with an advisory panel or outside experts. On Wednesday, July 8, 2015, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake fired...



Data: Military equipment in Baltimore police hands

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