Aug 09, 2015

(Photos) Peaceful Protests Held In Ferguson On The Anniversary Of Mike Brown's Death - In Flex We Trust

Yesterday, (August 8th) on the the anniversary of Mike Brown’s death, a peaceful protest made its way through the streets of Ferguson, Mo. The march was led by Brown’s father, Mike Brown Sr., to honor his son who was killed by a police officer last year. The protest was peaceful on all accounts, children played and officers handed out popsicles to the protestors to keep them cool. Just about 100...

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