Over 1,900 residents volunteer to clean up Baltimore

Baltimore Seeks to Regain Control After Riots
Baltimore Seeks to Regain Control After Riots


Fires and looting raged through Baltimore during late Monday's riots, creating one of the most violent public outbursts since the protests following the shooting of Michael Brown. As peace is slowly restored, more than 1,900 Baltimore residents and counting are stepping forward, volunteering to clean up the aftermath through a Facebook group.

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Sandtown cleanup organizers are asking residents to bring heavy-duty trash bags, gloves, brooms, trash cans, and any other supplies to assist the clean-up at 10 a.m. on the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue.



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