Demonstrators demand more resources and more urgency to protect Maryland prisoners from coronavirus

A gathering that started in downtown Baltimore ended on Joppa Road in Towson on Thursday afternoon as activists came together to demand more equipment and better sanitation inside Maryland’s prisons to protect inmates from the coronavirus pandemic. A small group first gathered at 2011 N. Charles St. in downtown Baltimore to stage a car caravan. About an hour later demonstrators arrived and set up in Baltimore County, holding signs and shouting through megaphones at passing cars; many drivers honked in support. (Balt Sun)

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