It's true, there are two Baltimores, just like there are two sides to any American city — one populated with haves, the other have nots. I have walked in each, and there is a significant chasm of thinking between them. One is constructive and the other is destructive. Years of entrenched poverty, police brutality and industrialized and institutionalizing prison systems have perpetuated a cultural mindset of cynicism, distrust and apathy in the city's poorer neighborhoods, which have become dilapidated and drug infiltrated. While we all know that there is something happening in our inner city communities that is unhealthy and should never be normalized, the question becomes how do we transform a city through the agencies, authorities and companies that many in those communities see as the enemy?