Editorial: This is why the Urban League shouldn’t do secret surveillance for the Baltimore police

If you know the history of the Greater Baltimore Urban League, it’s easy to understand why the non-profit that has long advocated for equal rights for African Americans shouldn’t do secret surveillance for the Baltimore Police Department. And why the organization’s president, Tiffany Majors, found the request so offensive and quickly shot it down. The request to get involved in covert police operations was made by a City Council member, and Ms. Majors was right to dismiss the idea, though there are others ways her group can help to make the Seton Hill neighborhood safer. (Balt. Sun)

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