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A Year After Freddie Gray Died, Baltimore Activist Says City Hasn’t Changed Much

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In April 2015, Freddie Gray was arrested by the Baltimore Police Department and later died of spinal injuries sustained in a police van. His death sparked riots and calls for change in both the police department and the political arena. A year later, Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson takes a look at what has and hasn’t changed in Baltimore with community activist J.C. Faulk.

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