No more jails. That’s the message of dozens of people protesting the state’s plan to build a new youth detention facility in downtown Baltimore.
Nearly half the people at the mayor’s budget workshop were from Occupy Baltimore, there to be a part of citizen input.
Showdown. Occupy Baltimore protesters could be in for another clash with police over a proposed youth jail. Occupy Baltimore is gathering again on East Monument Street, after six arrests there just 24 hours ago.
Occupy Baltimore protesters arrested. Police take action as demonstrators try to take over the site of a proposed youth jail facility.
Occupy Baltimore protesters refuse to back down even after Baltimore City police officers forced them out of their downtown camp. Now they have found a new home and a new direction, this time in North Baltimore.
Occupy Baltimore is out but not down. They’re vowing to rebuild after their eviction, but some are happy to see their tents gone.
No violence erupted as dozens of officers raided Occupy Baltimore overnight while many protesters slept. The city barricaded the scene and cleared away trash and personal belongings of those who called it home for more than two months.
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Baltimore police say a woman has been charged with assault in a stabbing at the Occupy Baltimore site.
Time may be running out for the Occupy Wall Street protesters camped out in the heart of McKeldin Square. Baltimore may soon join other cities forcing them out.
Occupy Baltimore protesters are re-applying for a permit to remain in a downtown plaza where they have been living for two months.
Walking to Washington. Hundreds of Occupy protesters made a stop in Maryland.