Some groups opposed to Baltimore police actions in the Freddie Gray case plan to rally in downtown Baltimore Saturday afternoon.
The American Civil Liberties Union is asking federal agencies about the use of airplanes to monitor protests in Baltimore over the last week.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has lifted the curfew.
People seeking racial justice and rebuilding for Baltimore planned a day of prayer and healing, even as others chafed under a curfew set to expire early Monday. City leaders refused calls to lift the curfew following the city’s top prosecutor’s announcement that charges had been filed against six officers accused of fatally injuring a black man in police custody.
At a New York fundraiser for her presidential campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton told about 150 donors: “Baltimore is burning.”
A night of violence gave way to a day of mourning Sunday for Freddie Gray, who died after sustaining serious injuries while in the custody of Baltimore police.
Hundreds of protesters are gathering in downtown Baltimore Thursday night as part of a nationwide day of action against police violence, WJZ reports.
The Newseum is displaying items from the protests and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, as an extension of the Washington museum’s exhibit about civil rights.
Who, if anyone, is leading the emerging movement around the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner — younger activists or legacy civil rights groups?
In an interview with BET, President Obama says the video makes it harder to argue that “maybe blacks are exaggerating” about aggressive police behavior.