Athletchic questions the City administration’s decision not to accept help from the governor this past weekend. With twitter echoing threats of violence, could Monday’s unrest have been prevented?
Now, for the first time in Baseball history, a professional baseball game will be played without fans. Officials are closing the doors of today’s game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Chicago White Sox.
Questions still remain regarding the death of Freddie Gray. Questions that should and MUST be answered. All men, women and children–in all walks of life–are responsible for their actions. Justice must be served. But in this tumultuous time, let’s not forget what is most important. All lives matter— the lives of our children, the lives of our residents and the lives of our police officers.
As we witnessed in the past 48 hours, sometimes stepping up to the plate doesn’t have anything to do with baseball. Community members, religious leaders, teens, children, parents and especially mothers, are stepping up all around town. They are taking this great City back.
Athletchic is back at home and wants to thank all of the Toya Grahams out there that helped get her home. She is proud to say she lives in Baltimore.
And as for tonight’s game? As a die-hard baseball fan, Athletchic won’t be making the half mile jaunt to Camden Yards. She’ll be watching that first pitch soar past the plate from home.