Black business owners speak on racism in Baltimore; City councilman talks recent release of juvenile violent crime suspects
During this broadcast, Dr. Kaye speaks on the issue of racism faced by Black business owners in Baltimore, specifically in the Hampden neighborhood.
Darker Than Blue Grille owner Casey Jenkins and other community members share their experiences of racial epithets and harassment by white residents.
The need for support and patronage of Black businesses is discussed as well as the importance of addressing racism as a community.
Dr. Kaye takes a brief pause from the conversation to introduce Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen.
Cohen discusses a letter sent by council-members to the Department of Juvenile Services and Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley regarding juvenile crime and the recent release of juvenile violent crime suspects.
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