Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake spoke candidly with The Ko Show about Baltimore‘s response to the riots and how we are to move forward. In a moment of mass confusion, destruction and anger Madame Mayor took responsibility for using language that sounded a bit harsh however should not detract from the issue at hand. See the exclusive interview here:
1. Neighborhood kids lend a hand cleaning up protesters destruction in #Baltimore #cnn #cnnlive #cnnbrk
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2. Finding the rule of law this morning in street cleaning parking restrictions: oddly comforting. #baltimore
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3. Smoke continues to pour out of buildings. #aftermath #riots #baltimore
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5. Volunteers are joining together this morning to clean up damage. #Baltimore #staystrong #BaltimoreRiots #prayingforBaltimore @abc2news
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6. Baltimore Riots
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7. #Unite as one for our #Future #ShitIsReal #StandUp #WakeUp #Baltimore #Detroit
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8. Maryland residents and officers are working together to clean up the city after the destruction.
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9. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is out in the streets thanking officers and citizens for helping to clean up #Baltimore.
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10. #Unite as one for our #Future #ShitIsReal #StandUp #WakeUp #Baltimore #Detroit
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11. Watch #NBC4DC to find out what you missed while you were asleep.
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12. #PoyntsPrayer #TheeAhMayZenDiaryofaSuperhero #EntryNumber1Today I prayed for a strong sense of calm to blanket the city of Baltimore, my home not so far away from home. I prayed for your safety. I prayed that you continue to master the artform of being magnificently strong, courageous and calm simultaneously. I prayed that last sentence for myself and my close knit family as well. I gave thanks to another beautiful day to live my life to the fullest! I celebrate my moms birthday today in a very liberating, special way, I create a new space to become the best person that I have always dreamed of becoming!Oh happy day!Love Y'all!AWNPOYNT#Pray #PrayForBaltimore #Baltimore #Riots #Baltimore riots #ARTISTICREHAB #InMotion #ToInfinityAndBeyond
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13. Police State #baltimore #pennnorth #nojusticenopeace #ripfreddie #reservoirhill #riot
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14. No matter your zip code stand up for our youth! Taking back my city✊🏿 show them how #Baltimore #BaltimoreRiots #aftermath
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15. Just got back from helping clean up looted stores in our neighborhood. So proud of our neighbors! Not only did they save most of the local hardware store last night, but look at all these people who came out to help.#Baltimore #cleanup #proud #neighbors #thanks
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18. Alen Scott, a volunteer, helps clean the streets after protests in #Baltimore took a violent turn last night. The violence followed the funeral of #FreddieGray, who died of a spinal cord injury sustained while in police custody. This morning, the scene is quiet, said @gdemczuk. “People are really upset about what happened. A lot of dismay and disapproval from the older locals.” Follow @ajchavar, a journalist for @nytvideo, to see more from Baltimore.
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Continue reading Baltimore Riots 2015: The Aftermath
Baltimore Riots 2015: The Aftermath
After an evening of violence and destruction in the streets of Baltimore, the city is uniting to clean up our neighborhoods. The presence of the National Guard and surrounding law enforcement agencies is a breath of fresh air on a day when less that 12 hours ago residents were afraid for their lives. Here are some of the images circulating around social media. Here is the aftermath of the Baltimore Riots 2015.