With Baltimore close to the 300-homicide mark again, leaders mull new approaches amid some signs of improvement

“We remain one of the most deeply inequitable cities in the country and, as a result, we have communities, particularly Black and brown communities, that have been pushed to the margins,” Cohen said, pointing to Baltimore’s past of redlined neighborhoods, keeping Black residents socially and financially disadvantaged.

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