Last Saturday night, a large group of teenagers gathered together in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. After a few tense hours, a handful of kids were arrested for charges ranging from assault to disturbing the peace. The incident was at least the fourth such episode in the Baltimore area since last summer, including disturbances at the White Marsh Mall and Eastpoint Mall in Baltimore County. Reaction to these incidents often divides along racial, generational and geographical lines. Today on Midday: What standards should youth, parents, the police, and our political leaders be held to? What do we owe our kids when it comes to safe spaces for hanging out?With artist and author Chris Wilson, Salon columnist D Watkins and Dr. Kimberly Moffit of UMBC join
The Inner Harbor, Accountability, and the Baltimore's Youth
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