How growing up in Baltimore shaped Thurgood Marshall, the first black Supreme Court justice.
If Baltimore street photographer John Patterson could be invisible when he goes around shooting, he would be. Patterson, who runs a Facebook page and Tumblr called The Uncensored City, likes to capture moments with people in impoverished neighborhoods. Having grown weary of seeing photos of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and other tourist spots, he wanted to show what everyday life is like for residents of these areas.
Take a look at the next installment in our series, Baltimore Street Photographer.
The Baltimore Sun teamed up with Baltimore Heritage for a photowalk on May 27th during the Sowebohemian Arts and Music Festival in West Baltimore. Nearly 35 photographers turned out for the afternoon tour that showcased the neighborhood’s unique parks and landmarks. Here’s a collection of photos from the photowalk that include snapshots of Hollins Market, Union Square, H.L. Mencken’s House, Franklin Square and Baltimore Street.