This off-quoted line of wisdom from the famous Robert Burns poem reminds us how valuable it is to see and appreciate the whole picture from all perspectives.
To see Baltimore like rest of the world did on April 10, check out this ten minute video of city life and interviews conducted on the street by a team of journalists for the British daily newspaper, The Guardian, during Bernie Sanders recent Baltimore visit after leaving a Philadelphia rally.
The Guardian’s roots go back to 1821 when it was founded by mill workers as the Manchester Guardian by a small group of independent-minded business men. In 2014 its online edition was the fifth most widely read in the world with over 40 million readers, according to Wikipedia. The Guardian has been owned by a charitable trust since the mid-1930s; mounting losses in its print divisions may force the Guardian to become the first major newspaper to go totally online.