A Year After Freddie Gray Died, Baltimore Activist Says City Hasn’t Changed Much
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.
- J.C. Faulk, community activist and founder of the nonprofit An End to Ignorance. He tweets @endingitnow.