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CVS Pharmacy at 2509 Pennsylvania Ave. Center Stage brought the cast of their upcoming musical MARLEY to North & Penn to offer a free outdoor concert of Bob Marley's music to peaceful protesters and neighbors in the area.

After the State Prosecutor announced that 6 officers would be criminally charged, the streets were filled with people celebrating the decision.

Wide Angle Youth Media has been taking portraits and conducting short interviews with Baltimore City youth during the Freddie Gray protests. Mikiah, age 18, Paul Mitchell School, Jessup, MD.

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Freddie Gray painted on the wall

Sign written on the street in chalk

Mural painted on the corner of a building

Two protesters on a scooter displaying sign

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Protestors on North Avenue. Three protestors are holding the sign, "Justice For Freddie, JHU Students." Behind them is a sign held by protestors that gives the names of unarmed citizens killed by the police, followed by the quote "Stop killer cops!"

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University of Baltimore student Gwenaviere Reaves-Walker interviews Mr. Clyde E. Boatwright, the Fraternal Order of Police President for Lodge #5 for Baltimore School police. Walker interviews Boatwright regarding the riots and reasons behind them.

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University of Baltimore student Aaron Coleman wrote a paper for his history class regarding the death of Freddie Gray from the perspective of his father Leo Coleman, who grew up in Baltimore during the 1968 Baltimore riots.
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