Audio: Baltimore Social Justice Groups and Activists Organize Caroling Outside of City Jail

Audio: Baltimore Social Justice Groups and Activists Organize Caroling Outside of City Jail

photo: Clayton Conn

Several social justice organizations and activists met to carol and sing outside of Baltimore's Central Booking Detention Facility as a response to a weeks long lock down that denied the incarcerated their basic privileges and rights.

Audio #1 (Polly of Fusion Partnerships)

Audio #2 (Caroling)

Audio #3 (Dianne Lyday of Baltimore Racial Justice Action)

Audio #4 (Brendan Walsh of the Viva House)

Audio #5 (Gregory Carpenter of Out for Justice)

Clayton Conn is a photo/ multimedia freelance journalist, English to Spanish interpreter/ translator and student of Linguistics and Anthropology. His work primairly focuses on immigration, social movements, and Latin American issues. He splits his time between Mexico City, Mexico and Baltimore, United States.

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