Deadly Cycle: Teens Sometimes Victims, Sometimes Perpetrators in Baltimore Gun Violence
Munir Bahar converting another row home into a place of learning
Group steps in to fill void left by DPW, as candidate for Baltimore Mayor weighs in
Kids Clean Up East Baltimore Neighborhood Each Saturday
Nonprofit offers summer karate class to teach teens discipline, help them cope with violence
Stopping the cycle of violence: Changing the community from the ground up
Black Entrepreneurs Lead the Charge in Baltimore's Economic Renewal
Entrepreneur building east Baltimore construction vocational school
In light of U.S. gun violence protest, black students in Baltimore ask:
Where is our march?
Martial arts program reaches dozens of boys in East Baltimore
New community center to arrive in East Baltimore.
New community center in east Baltimore under construction
Baltimore change makers: from catching cases to building warriors for peace
We must stop killing each other: The message of the 300 Men March
December 18, 2015 | WYPR
A Baltimore activist is working to curb the violence by speaking directly to the community
August 5, 2015 | HUFFPOST
In a city poisoned by violence, can one man - or even 300 - make a difference?
He said, "I helped to destroy part of the community." Now he is making it safe again.
September 4, 2015 | UP Worthy
Munir Bahar helps young men find self control
October 9, 2014 | The Afro
Black men in Baltimore march to keep boys in school
Anti-violence march draws huge crowd in east Baltimore