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  • Historic day at Baltimore’s Camden Yards

    12:19
  • Six officers indicted in death of Freddie Gray

    09:42
  • More tense moments in Baltimore

    15:23
  • Baltimore whistleblower cop speaks out

    06:04
  • 'Why do we have to beg the system for something they owe us?'

    07:36
  • Whistleblower cop on problems with Baltimore P.D.

    05:24
  • Former Baltimore Mayor on the state of his city

    06:24
  • Marilyn Mosby talks to Chris Hayes

    13:56
  • Protester faces off with Geraldo Rivera

    06:33
  • Prisoner in van with Freddie Gray speaks out

    11:20
  • Atty. for Gray family reacts to witness interview

    05:48
  • Reporter casts doubt on new Wash. Post report

    04:13
  • 'The Wire' actors on life in Baltimore

    04:41
  • 'Bloods' member calls for peace in Baltimore

    03:55
  • A former officer's take on Baltimore unrest

    05:27
  • A frustrated community in Baltimore

    03:20
  • Pastor expresses 'dismay' over Baltimore riots

    06:08
  • Gray family lawyer reacts to Baltimore riots

    08:12
  • Baltimore mayor: 'We will have order'

    04:15
  • Another day of protests in Baltimore

    01:59

Back to Baltimore: What is next

06:43

Long-time resident Sherrilyn Ifill, President of the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund, and author D. Watkins, who grew up in Baltimore, talk with Chris Hayes about how the city can move forward, even as the trials begin for the six police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray.