Marching Through Baltimore

This is part two in my photo coverage of the protests in Baltimore, Md. after the death of Freddie Gray from injuries suffered while in Police custody.

The first day I was there the protestors pretty much stayed in their neighborhood in western Baltimore. The two days after were different. They took to the streets all over the city much in the way earlier protests in Ferguson and DC have done. They went at a very fast pace and were almost erratic in their path in order to keep police on their toes. Things were mostly non-violent but like any large group, you have have a few people that step out of line. On Thursday I witnessed two arrests, one for standing on the hood of a police cruiser (which you can see in my photos) and the second was for striking an officer in the face with a thrown bottle.

Here are my photos.

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