We are thankful to those like Munir Bahar, a community activist and a founder of the 300 Men March, who are seeking grassroots solutions to the violence. Such efforts are crucial, but they are no substitute for strong municipal leadership. We need a strong vision for the path forward after Freddie Gray's death revealed the city's deep wounds. What we have is the mayor's vague #OneBaltimore campaign, which is fleshed out in all of two sentences of explanation on the city's website: "In the wake of the recent painful events that occurred in Baltimore City, One Baltimore was established to assist residents in need. Through collaborative efforts, leaders and community organizations are teaming up together to strengthen neighborhoods and restore damaged businesses and homes."