Kwame Rose emerged as one of Baltimore’s most prominent activist voices during the 2015 protests over Freddie Gray’s death.
Five years on, as protestors again take to the streets over the killing of George Floyd, he says he wants the city to be a model of how protests can be calm and effective – and he’s calling out agitators looking to incite black rage.
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