This assessment, made by Dr. Walter Arthur Harris Gill, may not completely encapsulate segregation in pre and post-Brown v. Board Maryland and Baltimore, but it is part of a chorus of contemporary voices that offer a new critique of Baltimore race relations then and now.
Gill is joined with other Black educators, authors and a federal judge, in a new documentary that premiered Feb. 16 at Towson University’s Stephens Hall Theatre.
“Voices of Baltimore: Life Under Segregation” is a joint venture of three Towson University professors, co-directed and co-produced by Drs. Gary A. Homana, Morna McDermott McNulty, and Franklin Campbell Jones.
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