Mark King, at home with husband Michael Mitchell, left, is a writer and activist in Baltimore.
Mark King, at home with husband Michael Mitchell, left, is a writer and activist in Baltimore. Bill O'Leary The Washington Post
Mark King, at home with husband Michael Mitchell, left, is a writer and activist in Baltimore. Bill O'Leary The Washington Post

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