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Rosemont, Baltimore

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Rosemont, Baltimore

Rosemont is a neighborhood in the western part of Baltimore, Maryland. Located below North Avenue, above Franklintown Road, East of Hilton Parkway, and West of Bloomingdale Avenue it is a working class African American neighborhood.

It is immediately adjacent to Walbrook Junction and Leakin Park. Though the area was once considered middle-class, it has in the last century experienced economic depression, housing abandonment, crime, and racial rioting.

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  • Rosement demographic prophile
  • Baltimore '68: Riots and Rebirth


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