BABJ covering #FreddieGray and #OneBaltimore

RiotJournalists

Bravo to the Baltimore area journalists covering the Freddie Gray death investigation, riots, rallies, clean up and #OneBaltimore efforts. Your around the clock journalistic professionalism, ethics and passion to get the stories of our market covered accurately are commendable and worthy of positive acknowledgement.

We salute the following journalists and suggest you follow them on social media to get the best coverage of the Freddie Gray death investigation and efforts to mend many Charm City’s communities and their relationships with law enforcement.

The following Baltimore Association of Black Journalists professionals have worked painstakingly to cover a tense time in Charm City history:

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Andrea K. McDaniels, The Baltimore Sun, @ankwalker

(1st row)
Roberto Alejandro, The AFRO-American Newspapers (Baltimore), @ra_afronews
Ashlee Banks, WEAA 88.9 FM, @AshleeBanksWEAA
Kendra Banks, RIB Radio, @kendrabanks
Ericka Blount Danois, The Root, @erickablount
Beverly Burke, WEAA 88.9 FM, @Burke_WEAA
Karen Campbell, WBAL-TV 11/ WBAL Radio 1090,  @KarenCampbellTV
Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun, @EricaLG
Janae Griffin, Janaetru , @TruDatBlog
Vanessa Herring, WBAL-TV 11/ WBAL Radio 1090, @Vanessa_Herring

(2nd row)
Christie Ileto, WJZ –TV, @ChristieWJZ
Troy Johnson, WNEW NewsRadio 99.1 (CBS), @Troy_Johnson
Jacqueline Jones, RIB Radio
Kenneth Burns, WYPR 88.1 FM, @PKBNews
Indira LeVine, WTTG-TV FOX 5, @photogindira
Christopher Nelson, NBC News, @reniman1986
Terrence Nelson,  TV One/News One Now, @TM_Nelson
Nicki Mayo, Associated Press Radio & WNAV Radio (Annapolis),   @nickimayonews
Farajii Muhammad,  Listen Up! on WEAA 88.9 FM, @Farajii

(3rd Row)
Iyore Odighizuwa, WEAA 88.9 FM
Kai Reed, WBAL-TV 11/ WBAL Radio 1090, @KaiReedTV
Kevin Richardson, The Baltimore Sun, @Karartwork
E.R. Shipp, WEAA 88.9 FM, @gashipp
Barry Simms, WBAL-TV 11/ WBAL Radio 1090, @BarrySimmsWBAL
Ariana Walton, WEAA 88.9 FM
Marcus Washington, WJZ –TV, @WJZMarcus
Carla Wills; WEAA 88.9 FM, @CarlaEWills
Sean Yoes, First Edition on WEAA 88.9 FM , @seanyoes

How Baltimore public radio covered the protests
By Tyler Falk | April 29, 2015
http://current.org/2015/04/how-baltimore-public-radio-covered-the-protests/

During Baltimore’s painful week, local TV reporters shine
By Stacia L. Brown April 29
http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/act-four/wp/2015/04/29/during-baltimores-painful-week-local-tv-reporters-shine/