Libraries provide community support

Though Baltimore schools have since reopened, they did close due to rioting over Freddy Gray’s death while in police custody, but the public libraries stayed open as places of “comfort and community” to residents.

Roswell Encina, Director of Communications of Enoch Pratt Free Library says, “That’s what the library has always been there for, from crises like this to a recession to the aftermath of severe weather. The library has been there. It happened in Ferguson; it’s happening here.”

“Baltimore libraries stay open to provide community support”-PBS

For the latest news on the Freddie Gray death investigation in Baltimore at CNN click here.

Powerful tweets like the ones below from Baltimore City Schools click here.



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