"It is a big moment in Baltimore history, I would not hesitate to say that," said the Rev. Harold Carter Jr., whose New Shiloh Baptist Church in West Baltimore will be the site of Gray's funeral on Monday. "What has happened here has called on political leaders, black and white, to speak out, and people — not exclusively African-American people, either — to take to the street. I've been watching that carefully. There have been whites and Asians, too, joining in.