• Baltimore students explore solutions for two critical city problems

    According to a study by Baltimore’s Center for Poverty Solutions, 50% of those interviewed at soup kitchens and drop-in centers had been incarcerated, many for public urination, loitering, sleeping outdoors, and other nonviolent crimes that stemmed from being homeless.  Of those incarcerated, 93% had been arrested for non-violent crimes, 41% received no services while incarcerated, […]