Archived articles

Baltimore unrest

Hearing their voices
New approaches for reaching Baltimore's youth
Published April 21, 2017
JHU's 21st Century Cities Initiative releases report based on conversations with young people in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray in 2015
Redlining Baltimore
Discrimination's deep roots
Published March 25, 2016
Four-event conversation series to explore legacy of discrimination in Baltimore
Crime and policing
The 'Ferguson effect' and Baltimore crime
Published March 15, 2016
Arrests declined but crime did not increase in months before April 2015 unrest, researchers find
MSE Symposium
D. Watkins on activism, race
Published Oct 8, 2015
Baltimore-born author, JHU alum visits campus as part of MSE Symposium
Hearing Their Voices
Tuning in to what young city residents have to say
Published Aug 20, 2015
Project gives young people in Baltimore a chance to share their stories in wake of Freddie Gray's death, resulting unrest
CEPAR to study riot response
Published Aug 12, 2015
JHU researchers to conduct 'after-action review' of Baltimore agencies' actions amid April unrest / The Baltimore Sun
Community interns make an impact
Published June 29, 2015
Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby to speak to JHU students taking part in city community internships program, which is in its fifth year
21st Century Cities
Rapid response in wake of Baltimore unrest
Published May 11, 2015
JHU researchers launch 8 new projects investigating activities, dynamics that may have played roles in recent violence
A life full of injustices
Published May 7, 2015
What is unjust about what happened to Freddie Gray goes far beyond what happened on April 12
Black culture not the problem
Published May 1, 2015
JHU's Nathan Connolly on the economics behind Baltimore's unrest / The New York Times