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During the Baltimore Uprising, Kwame Rose was catapulted into the forefront of the movement when he confronted Geraldo Rivera on live television about Fox News' coverage of the protest and how it perpetuate false narratives about the black community. "I want you and Fox News to get out of Baltimore City," he told Rivera. In the weeks and months since, Rose became notorious, for better or worse, and used his newfound fame to help out wherever he can with grassroots initiatives around the city and to call attention to injustice and police brutality.
(Reginald Thomas II)
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