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Coverage of Baltimore riots capitalizes on violence, not context

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The death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray sparked outcry in Baltimore, Md., but is another sad event in the long list of black men and women killed after encountering the police during the past year. Recent coverage of the Baltimore riots lacks emphasis on police brutality and the effects of racism in America.

 

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Coverage of Baltimore riots capitalizes on violence, not context