On this particular April evening, some students pack up their equipment and fan out into the neighborhood to begin shooting footage. Others stay behind to edit material they've already collected. Niajea Randolph, 17, a student at Independence School Local 1, became involved with Wide Angle through an internship program with Urban Alliance and, as she transcribes an interview for the Freddie Gray video, she says she likes hearing the range of opinions on what happened during the uprising. "I've learned that I'm not alone in thinking what I think about last spring," says Randolph. She wanted to participate in the protests last Spring but wasn't able to, so she is drawn to images related to the uprising. Some photos she saves and some she shares on Snapchat or Twitter to show what's going on in Baltimore, "showing that people still want justice for Freddie, especially because it's been almost a year."