THEN: Baltimore police in riot gear take positions in front of the burning CVS at Pennsylvania and North Avenues during the unrest after the death of Freddie Gray.
Algerina Perna/Baltimore Sun

NOW: CVS pharmacy that burned down during the riots has been rebuilt and reopened.
Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun


THEN: Protesters return to the spot where Freddie Gray was arrested as Rev. Jamal Bryant reaches his hands skyward while the family grieves.
Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun

NOW: The spot where Freddie Gray was arrested, seen in 2016. The space looks the same today.
Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun


THEN: Baltimore firefighters battle a three-alarm fire at a senior living facility under construction at Federal and Chester Streets in East Baltimore. The blaze was one of many set during the unrest following the death of Freddie Gray.
Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun

NOW: The Woda Group and the Southern Baptist Church hosted a grand opening for the Mary Harvin Senior Center in 2016, a year after the partially completed project was burned down in the riot. The building looks the same today.
Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun


THEN: Thousands of marchers fill St Paul Street on a peaceful march from Penn Station to Baltimore City Hall in protest of Freddie Gray’s death.
Kenneth K. Lam/ Baltimore Sun

NOW: Traffic moving south on St. Paul Street near Centre Street is seen from Orleans Street in 2016. The street looks the same today.
Kenneth K. Lam/ Baltimore Sun


THEN: Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez throws the game’s first pitch to White Sox lead off hitter Adam Eaton in an empty Oriole Park. The games was played without fans in attendance due to the wide spread riots and looting following the death of Freddie Gray.
Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun

NOW: Fans have returned to Camden Yards, though the crowds may be a bit more sparse this season than what is shown in this 2016 photo.
Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun


THEN: The exterior of the DTLR clothing store on Pennsylvania Avenue is scorched after being burned during the uprising following the death of Freddie Gray.
Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun

NOW: The DTLR clothing store on Pennsylvania Avenue was boarded up a year after the uprising following the death of Freddie Gray. It is still boarded up today.
Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun


THEN: Two children on bikes chat with police who stand behind barricades to brace for another day of protests after the death of Freddie Gray.
Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun

NOW: Baltimore's Western District headquarters has gotten a new facade since the unrest in 2015.
Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun

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