RT America -- April 28, 2015
President, Maryland governor respond to Baltimore riots
President Barack Obama commented on the violence that took place in Baltimore on Monday, saying that the images of the riots distracted from the days of peaceful protests. Manuel Rapalo reports on the president’s response, as well as the latest words from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore Police Captain Eric Kowalczyk.
Echoes of Baltimore 1968 riots in Monday’s Unrest
The unrest that took place in Baltimore on Monday has been the most recent instance of mass violence in the city since the riots that followed the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968, and people are looking to the past to find the similarities to today. Lindsay France takes an in-depth look at the parallels.