Aug 11, 2015

Ferguson Under State of Emergency as 100+ Arrested in Ongoing Protests | Democracy Now!

In news from Ferguson, Missouri, authorities have declared a state of emergency for St. Louis County amid continuing protests marking the first anniversary of Michael Brown’s death and the shooting Sunday of another African-American teenager. Nearly 150 people were arrested Monday as protesters blocked rush-hour traffic on Interstate 70. Authorities also filed charges Monday against 18-year-old...

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