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This Week in Photos

A compilation of the most inspiring photos, tweets, and videos from the week that shook Baltimore.

By Meredith Herzing | May 1, 2015, 3:38 pm

-Andrew Burton/Getty
The Chatter

This Week in Photos

A compilation of the most inspiring photos, tweets, and videos from the week that shook Baltimore.

By Meredith Herzing | May 1, 2015, 3:38 pm

-Andrew Burton/Getty

For a brief, tense period during the riots that shook the city Monday night, the core message of the Freddie Gray protests, and the spirit of Baltimore, was lost. But come Tuesday morning—and throughout the rest of the week—our city beamed with resolve and pride in order to pick up the pieces. Clean up efforts, peaceful protests, and community involvement showed that, while our city still has a lot of work to do, we are intent on becoming a stronger, more unified Baltimore.




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