Where is baltimoreblackwoman? Updates – UPDATED Post


As surely as Winter has turned to Spring and back to Winter again in the space of days, baltimoreblackwoman has been shapeshifting lately! It’s hard enough to keep up with all the changes in the world (the revolving door at Trump Land; war and rumors of war;  the rift that is physically splitting the African … More Where is baltimoreblackwoman? Updates – UPDATED Post

The Children’s March – Song Video


Two weeks ago, I published the poem The Children’s March[https://baltimoreblackwoman.com/2018/03/17/the-childrens-march/], in anticipation of the March for Our Lives. One week ago, I posted my promised song version on my Facebook page as well as on the March for Our Lives – Baltimore page. I am grateful for the tremendous response from my Facebook family and … More The Children’s March – Song Video

#Enough Is Enough: How Many More Deaths Will It Take?


How many deaths will it take til we know That too many people have died? —Blowin’ in the Wind, by Bob Dylan A Fatal In-Home Shooting On Saturday, March 17, 2018, in Monroe County, Mississippi, a 9-year-old boy fatally shot his 13-year-old sister, Dijonae White, in the back of the head after she refused to … More #Enough Is Enough: How Many More Deaths Will It Take?

Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Double Edition 4/5. Top Story: The Foul Stench of Corruption within the Baltimore Police Department


January 22-February 4, 2018 Baltimore Police Department’s Corruption Scandal/Trial A major corruption scandal within the Baltimore City Police Department has dominated the headlines in local news, as well as some other major news sites, over the past two weeks. Unpacking all the developments, much less the backstory, is why this installment of Baltimore News Flash … More Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Double Edition 4/5. Top Story: The Foul Stench of Corruption within the Baltimore Police Department

Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Edition 3


January 15-21, 2018 Mayor Catherine Pugh Fires Police Commissioner Kevin Davis In a stunning move, early on Friday, January 19, 2018, Mayor Pugh announced that she was replacing Commissioner Kevin Davis (who was midway through a 5-year contract set to end in 2020) with Darryl DeSousa, a 30-year veteran who rose through the ranks of … More Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Edition 3

Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Edition 2


January 8-14, 2018 – Edition 2 Baltimore City Schools Lack Heat; Politicians Create Fire and Fury For the 2nd week in a row, the top news story in Baltimore was the fallout from the city schools’ frozen first week of classes after the Christmas break. Outraged parents descended on the Baltimore City School Board meeting … More Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Edition 2

Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Edition 1


Welcome to Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore! Featured in this new category are my picks for the top news stories of the week; stories that speak to the troubles—and triumphs—of life in Baltimore. Comments and feedback are always welcome. And if you have additional topics you’d like to see covered, please share … More Baltimore News Flash – This Week in Baltimore – Edition 1