Video documentary series highlighting voices from the #FreddieGray protests throughout in Baltimore, Maryland.
Featuring voices from the Sandtown-Winchester community, where Freddie lived, community advocates, and youth advocates.
This is a production of the Marc Steiner Show & Center for Emerging Media by Stefanie Mavronis and Mark Gunnery, and produced for WEAA 88.9FM, The Voice of the Community.
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Featured podcast: May 1st — Special Presentation: Voices From The Freddie Gray Protests
Below is a partial list of our coverage on the death of Freddie Gray and the aftermath in Baltimore:
4/21: Local Roundtable: Freddie Gray, Police Violence, and 300 Man March
4/23: #FreddieGray: Community Activists On Protests In Baltimore
4/27: Freddie Gray Protests in Baltimore + Special Coverage of Freddie Gray’s Funeral
4/28: From Protest To Policy: Analyzing The Baltimore Uprising & Protests For Justice For Freddie Gray
4/29: Baltimore Uprising: Analyzing The Demonstrations, Protests & Violence Following The Death Of Freddie Gray
4/30: Baltimore Uprising: Black Lives Matter Conference | Student Protests Take Over Baltimore | The Unprecedented Empty-Stadium Orioles Game
5/1: Special Presentation: Voices From The Freddie Gray Protests
5/4: Where Do We Go From Here?: Healing & Moving Baltimore Forward
5/5: Where Does Baltimore Go From Here?
5/6: Congressman Elijah Cummings on Protests and More + Baltimore Protests and Police Brutality in Historical Context + The Role of Baltimore’s Youth in Organizing
5/7: In Baltimore and Across the Country, Black Faces In High Places Haven’t Helped Average Black People