March 23, 2016
The images of violence during the unrest in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray almost a year ago will be etched in the minds of many of those in Baltimore for years to come.
In April, Johns Hopkins University tackles the underlying issues of that unrest in a series called "Redlining Baltimore."
Redlining is a practice of denying services, directly or through selectively raising prices, to residents of certain areas based on racial or ethnic makeups.
Johns Hopkins sociology professor Kathy Edin specializes in poverty research. She said new ideas emerge when you bring together unlikely partners from across the city.