Medics take a man away after police pepper-sprayed him on Saturday, May 2, in Baltimore's Sandtown neighborhood where Freddie Gray was arrested in April.
Police detain a man on May 2 in Baltimore's Sandtown neighborhood.
Protesters hold signs on May 2 in the Sandtown neighborhood.
Protesters march from the Gilmor Homes housing community, where Freddie Gray was arrested, to City Hall on Saturday, May 2, in Baltimore.
Police in riot gear enforce a 10 p.m. curfew and clear Baltimore streets of protesters and media on Friday, May 1.
U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, helps clear Baltimore streets of protesters on May 1.
Demonstrators celebrate the announcement that six officers were charged May 1 in Gray's death.
Demonstrators march through the streets of Baltimore after the charges against the officers were announced May 1.
Police on horseback block a Baltimore street on May 1.
A demonstrator celebrates in Baltimore the charges were announced on May 1.
A member of the National Guard stands outside Baltimore City Hall as protesters gather on Wednesday, April 29.