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As Baltimore ends another violent year, it takes toll on those working for change in city’s deadliest neighborhood

January 3, 2023
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Cynthia Tensley for years has organized a “vigil for life” each time someone is killed in Carrollton Ridge. For each person, even for those who lived elsewhere, Tensley tries to find a photo to celebrate their role as a friend or brother. The community association president said she wants to help her neighborhood heal. But by late December, Tensley had fallen behind. She counted at least 10 people she hadn’t yet commemorated.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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