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  • Happening Saturday: Freddie Gray protests

    Happening Saturday: Freddie Gray protests
    As you may have seen in our continuing coverage, the city has been filled with protests over the death of Freddie Gray, and today is no different. There are two separate protests, one that starts at the Western District police office at 1 p.m. Another starts at the Gilmor Homes at 3 p.m. before marching to City Hall for a rally. If you haven't had the chance to get out earlier this week, now is your chance to be heard.
  • The Mail 4/8/15

    The Mail 4/8/15
    On the bench, again I don’t have a letter for your consideration, but I had to reach out and say that pairing those pics with the census numbers and leaving the visual information and stats to tell the (sad) stories of so many neighborhoods in...

    A second Title IX complaint has been filed against Johns Hopkins University

    A second Title IX complaint has been filed against Johns Hopkins University
    A second Title IX complaint has been filed with the Department of Education against Johns Hopkins University, according to Laura Dunn, a lawyer and the executive director of SurvJustice, a nonprofit activist group working to decrease sexual violence....

    The Mail 3/25/15

    The Mail 3/25/15
    Radio Waves Again, Ed Ericson does a good job of unpeeling the onion at WYPR (“Why So Much P.R.?” Feature, March 10). His previous efforts were about how management thwarted a union drive (“WYPR Thwarts Union Effort,” Mobtown...

    In Hopkins lecture, Gloria Steinem outlines ways to fight the patriarchy but stumbles on question about inclusivity

    In Hopkins lecture, Gloria Steinem outlines ways to fight the patriarchy but stumbles on question about inclusivity
    Last night, anti-abortion activists held signs with the words "Did Roe really make abortion safe?" outside Shriver Hall on the Johns Hopkins University campus. They were ignored by the predominantly female crowd (a few wearing "Hopkins Feminist" T-shirts)...