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At least 10 allegedly unarmed black males have been killed by police since July in the United States. Protests, some violent, have grown since news broke that the officer who killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, will not be indicted. African American activists say the deaths are due to structural racism and police bias. But differences over protest styles exist. So, how can the community best voice its anger while protecting its youth?
In this episode, we speak to:
Patricia Bynes @Patricialicious
Committee woman, Ferguson Township
Brittany Ferrell @bdoulaoblongata
Founder, Millenial Activists United
Marco McWilliams @HamptonWynter
Stacy Washington @StacyOnTheRight
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