April 28, 2015
Updated 2:17 PM

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What you really need to know about Baltimore, from a reporter who lived there for over 30 years

washingtonpost.com — It was only a matter of time before Baltimore exploded. In the more than three decades I have called this city home, Baltimore has been a combustible mix of poverty, crime, and hopelessness, uncomfortably juxtaposed against rich history, friendly people, venerable institutions and pockets of old-money affluence.
Apr 28, 2015

What you really need to know about Baltimore, from a reporter who’s lived there for over 30 years wapo.st/1ENh4R0

Apr 28, 2015

RT @ktumulty: What to know about Baltimore: "Baltimore is not Ferguson and its primary problems are not racial." wpo.st/t3uE0 via @fletchpost

Apr 28, 2015

RT @ktumulty: What to know about Baltimore: "Baltimore is not Ferguson and its primary problems are not racial." wpo.st/t3uE0 via @fletchpost

Apr 28, 2015

RT @jeffzeleny: Why Baltimore isn't Ferguson: Essential reading by @Fletchpost, a great reporter who has lived there for 30 years... wpo.st/t3uE0

Apr 28, 2015

RT @jeffzeleny: Why Baltimore isn't Ferguson: Essential reading by @Fletchpost, a great reporter who has lived there for 30 years... wpo.st/t3uE0

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Calls for Calm in Baltimore

theatlantic.com — Rioting broke out on Monday in Baltimore-an angry response to the death of Freddie Gray, a death which my native city seems powerless to explain. Gray did not die mysteriously in some back alley, but in the custody of the city's publicly appointed guardians of order.
Apr 28, 2015

"When nonviolence begins halfway through the war with the aggressor calling time out, it exposes itself as a ruse.” theatlantic.com/politics/archi…

Apr 28, 2015

Useful perspective on the Baltimore riots & death of Freddie Gray, via @tanehisicoates theatln.tc/1DvyyKv

Apr 28, 2015

"When nonviolence begins halfway through the war with the aggressor calling time out, it exposes itself as a ruse." theatlantic.com/politics/archi…

Apr 28, 2015

"When nonviolence begins halfway through the war with the aggressor calling time out, it exposes itself as a ruse." theatlantic.com/politics/archi…

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