By Beverly Richards,
Special to the AFRO
If you live in Baltimore, there is no way you do not know Doni Glover. He’s a communicator, educator, author, activist and one of the city’s most respected figures. A longtime resident of Sandtown, Glover moves through with the demeanor of a statesman. He is respected by young men and elders in his community, but he gives the same.
Glover loves the city, but especially Sandtown, from the Avenue Market and Pennsylvania Avenue to streets like Winchester. But it’s the people he loves most. Baltimoreans, according to him “are the salt of the earth. Baltimore is full of beautiful people. They have heart. When you think back to Freddie Gray, the day after the unrest, these beautiful people came out and cleaned up. Or that mother who was chastising her son on national and international news,” he said, referring to Gray’s violent death at the hands of city police. READ IN FULL