Jul 08, 2015

Thousands Rally in DC Over Ferguson Grand Jury Decision | DCMediaGroup

Washington DC 27 November 2014 Thousands rallied in Washington, DC on Tuesday to support the Ferguson, Missouri community following a controversial grand jury decision not to indict White police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed Black youth. Civil rights advocates urged participants to get involved in changing police policies leading …

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