It is bound to happen the Freddy Gray story will become old news, and all the media along with their camera crews will move on to the next hot story. All week Baltimore has been the epicenter of the news. The conversation has not just been about Gray, but it has been about education, poverty, the breakdown of the family and how can these problems be addressed. Seems like I heard this same conversation when Ferguson was the hot spot. Sadly, the neighborhood Gray lived in is not on the tourist attraction list for Charm City. These neighborhoods are invincible to everyone except those who live there. There are invisible communities in every major city. The death of Freddie Gray has demanded the public’s attention, but we have a short attention span. So this week all pundits everywhere will ask what can we do, but they are really not going to be interested in this neighborhood and others like it long enough to do anything, but talk about it.
What will happen to Baltimore when the lights go out?
By musesofamom, on May 1, 2015 at 1:01 pm, under Ebony Mom Politics. Tags: African American, African Americans, Andrew Cuomo, Barack Obama, black america, black men, Black People, Black women, cbs, CNN, Current Events, Freddie Gray, media, Morning Joe, MSNBC, race. No Comments
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