It was a familiar scene in Baltimore City as dozens of protestors marched through the streets. It was all part of a nationwide day of action against police violence.
It was supposed to be a day of protest against police violence, but it turned into a hostile discussion between the protest organizers and the protestors.
Across the country in 100 cities Thursday, thousands of fast food workers walked off the job demanding better wages. In Baltimore, a group of protestors joined the call for action.
Supporters of an ousted Prince George’s County megachurch pastor are continuing to call for his reinstatement.
Several dozen protesters upset about what they call corporate greed and the excessive influence of money in politics were arrested Wednesday after shutting down K Street, home to many major lobbying firms, in a demonstration that snarled mid-day traffic in the nation’s capital.
The Occupy Wall Street protesters on a two-week, 240-mile march from New York to Washington have made their way into Maryland.
District of Columbia police and Occupy DC protesters are offering conflicting accounts about a weekend incident in which a motorist struck three protesters near a downtown demonstration.
The city has placed more restrictions on the protesters occupying McKeldin Square downtown. Those in the Occupy movement are reacting with a shrug.
Tensions continue to build between the Occupy Baltimore protesters and the city.
There have been violent clashes between police and the Occupy Wall Street protesters as the movement gains momentum across the country.
Giving the American Dream back to the people. That’s the goal of Occupy Wall Street– a movement gaining speed nationwide.
Protesters plan to march in Baltimore against a proposed youth detention center.