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  • As black churches mourn Charleston shooting victims, questions about racism, gun policy raised

    As black churches mourn Charleston shooting victims, questions about racism, gun policy raised
    As the nation moved from shock to mourning the six women and three men killed by a white gunman at a black Charleston, S.C., church late Wednesday, chuchgoers gathered across the country Thursday to pray for the victims and for the 21-year-old man arrested for the shootings.
  • TV host Iyanla Vanzant to 'fix' Baltimore this week

    TV host Iyanla Vanzant to 'fix' Baltimore this week
    Iyanla Vanzant is coming to Baltimore this week to host a "healing service" for the city. The host of "Iyanla: Fix My Life" will tape three sessions this week at West Baltimore's Empowerment Temple, the church announced. "The people are in pain and...

    Rawlings-Blake criticizes protesters for blocking traffic in Baltimore

    Rawlings-Blake criticizes protesters for blocking traffic in Baltimore
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Tuesday criticized both Gov. Larry Hogan over his recent funding decisions and a group of protesters led by Pastor Jamal Bryant who blocked traffic coming into Baltimore -- a decision she suggested could have prevented...

    Buddhist leader of millions visits West Baltimore

    Buddhist leader of millions visits West Baltimore
    The leader of 30 million South Asian Buddhists walked the streets of West Baltimore on Thursday with more than a dozen local ministers and other peace advocates, offering prayers, blessings and words of encouragement in the aftermath of last week's unrest...

    Today, a softer response to police violence than in 1960s and '70s

    Today, a softer response to police violence than in 1960s and '70s
    For those of us who were around in the late 1960s and '70s, the headlines since the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., in August have brought a dizzying sense of deja vu: The protests, the placards. The sobbing black families, the stone-faced...