Baltimore, MD: Outsiders In


Baltimore is a city of many neighborhoods, of intense divides—racial, class, and otherwise– not easily overcome. It’s a city bogged down by a reputation for crime, poverty and dysfunction (thanks, in part, to the acclaimed TV show The Wire)—a reputation not entirely undeserved. But all of that often overshadows the passion and dedication many Baltimoreans have for their city, and for taking on what’s wrong with it in ways small and large.


Episode Music

Artist Track
Blockhead It’s Raining Clouds
Blockhead Farewell Spaceman
Blockhead Tricky Turtle
The Wire Soundtrack Way Down in the Hole
Sean Toure Blue Black
Ratatat Dura
RJD2 One Day
RJD2 Unlimited
RJD2 Uprock
RJD2 Rocket Science
Motopony Seer
Bonobo Walk In the Sky
Bonobo Dinosaurs
Amon Tobin Toys
Quantic Walk In the Sky
The Water Vikings
The Water The Long Mover
Wendel Patrick Addict
Wendel Patrick Planet Planetarium
Original Music by Wendel Patrick for SOTRU Baltimore Knitting Behind Bars
Original Music by Wendel Patrick for SOTRU Baltimore Black Male Identity Project
  • thankgodforpbsandnpr

    I agree wholeheartedly with Rev. Heber Brown, III Obviously all those do-gooders are exploiting “at-risk” Baltimorians. I think you should throw out all the do-gooders and let “at-risk” people follow their natural fates. After all, if all those “at-risk” peoples are steered into higher education or other types of job training, who will fill the low-wage jobs? If children are prevented from joining gangs and entering the criminal justice system, what will happen to the job of all those people working in law-enforcement, the judicial system, and in the prison system? What about all the doctors and nurses working in emergency rooms? Who will replace all those gunshot victims? I’m with Rev. Heber Brown, III, all the way on this one.

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