One of the men arrested for their involvement in the Charlottesville rally was a resident from Baltimore.
Once the two groups clashed, sticks, pieces of concrete and glass bottles were used as weapons. A TWP member told CNN the group was armed with knives and blades in advance.
Al Sharpton and the National Action Network led a march Monday from the Tallahassee Leon Country Civic Center to the State Capitol to address “stand…
Pastor Jamal Bryant joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss an upcoming march against “Stand Your Ground” in Tallahassee. The panel got heated when…
Photos by @robinrazzi Monday evening thousands of Baltimoreans marched in honor of slain teenager Trayvon Martin. The rally began on the corner of Pratt and Light Streets, made its way to police headquarters on Gay Street and ended on the steps of City Hall. It was definitely an emotional event. Residents young and old, Black […]
The Baltimore Southern Christian Leadership Conference, All Peoples Congress, National Action Network, Occupy 4 Jobs Network, and many other community civil rights action groups invite you to come out to the March, Rally, and Vigil for the one month anniversary of the murder of Trayvon Martin. Meet downtown at 5pm at Light and Pratt St, […]
Photos by @robinrazzi Thousands of area kids flooded North Avenue to take part in the City’s Back 2 School Rally. Many of the vendors did not make it out to the event, probably a result of the earthquake that rocked the city less than an hour before the event kicked off, but the kids were […]
Contributed by Robin Akinwale Wednesday morning outside of City Hall the family of slain Officer William Torbit, Jr. organized a call for justice. Just last week City State’s Attorney Greg Bernstein announced that charges would not be filed against the officers accused of killing Officer Torbit. The decision outraged the family as well as members […]
President Obama showed up to Bowie State University in Maryland to speak at a re-election rally for the state’s Democratic governor Martin O’Mally. Although he spoke at Bowie State as a candiate Obama presence was the first time a sitting president ever spoke at the Maryland HBCU. The president, the governor and Maryland’s Democratic congressional […]