The (familiar and simple) story the mainstream media is telling us about what's happening in Baltimore doesn't match the on-the-street stories of the regular people who are describing what they're seeing and experiencing. Why? Here are a few tweets of people describing their experiences in Baltimore today: https://twitter.com/tchopstl/status/592868784077156353 https://twitter.com/amaditalks/status/592870570494205953 https://twitter.com/Nettaaaaaaaa/status/592895284688134144 And here's an interesting article from the Baltimore Sun , dated September 28, 2014, about their police department's use of undue force (with upsetting photos): http://data.baltimoresun.com/news/police-settlements/ Thanks, B.
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Dear Pittsburgh, Please come see Joshua Bellin and me on Sunday, April 12, at Carnegie Mellon University! Joshua's workshop (11am) requires advanced registration. My lecture (2pm) does not and is free and open to the public. More information is at the Parsec website . I'm not completely certain, but I think I'm going to talk about failure. (This gives me an out if my lecture is a complete failure, right?) x's and o's, Your Friendly Authoress