When Baltimore's mayor shut down public transportation in the city, children were left stranded at school and parents panicked, wondering how their children were going to get home.
We spoke to people who are providing support to children and parents during the protests. High school principal, Nikkia Rowe of Renaissance Academy High School talked with students about the riots, the death of Freddie Gray and to how to process everything they're seeing on television.
Rachel Donegan and Bronwyn Mayden are directors of Promise Heights a program that provides academic, social and health programs to kids in West Baltimore. They're also giving parents tips on how to talk about the events in Baltimore with their children.