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Peter Hayman, a young Baltimore resident, doesn't want to get angry. He wants to make his community better – and the best way he can think to do that right now is picking up trash.
"Everything counts, even the little things. Everything counts," said Hayman. "So even a little piece of paper, a bunch of little pieces of paper, can turn into a lot of trash."
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Al Jazeera America's ongoing coverage of the death of Freddie Gray, its aftermath and the issues of race, poverty and policing in Baltimore.
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