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A technologist from D.C. was behind an effort to let folks know where Baltimore kids could get free lunches in the wake of Monday’s violence, reports Lalita Clozel of Technical.ly DC.
Schools were closed in Baltimore, which always raises a situation for the 84 percent of students who rely on free or reduced lunches.
Rodney Cobb saw the #BaltimoreLunch hashtag spreading, providing information on locations where free lunches were available. He decided to put together an interactive map to pinpoint the locations.-30-
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