A month after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal injury under police custody, Baltimore residents reflect.
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Back to 'normal' in Baltimore - but what's 'normal'?

A month after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal injury under police custody, Baltimore is calmer, but persistent problems of crime and poverty remain.

But for the neighbourhood that was at the centre of the riots, normality means violence, tension, poverty and drug addiction.

"It's amusing to see volunteers and people from outside of our community coming to help clean up what they thought was the results of the riots, but no, this is what we see every day on our streets", says Erica Alston, who runs a community centre.

The BBC's Anna Bressanin and Gringo Wotshela spent a day in the neighbourhood.

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