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Inner Harbor Project works to make space more welcoming for teens

Inner Harbor Project works to make space more welcoming for teens

Eighteen-year-old Diamond Sampson is part of a team of Peace Ambassadors who walk the Inner Harbor's promenade to send a message to business owners, police officers and visitors: City teens stand ready to repair damaged relationships. Sampson said the youth-led Inner Harbor Project is working to alleviate tensions between the various groups that use Baltimore's waterfront. The group's latest effort — to be announced Wednesday — involves recruiting businesses to participate in program that makes restaurants and attractions available to teens at a discount. "We've heard the city was different when we hear different generations tell it," said...

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