Aug 15, 2015

Obama Weekly Address: One Year Anniversary Of Michael Brown's Death | Video | RealClearPolitics

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Hi everybody. It's now been a year since the tragic death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. His death--along with the events in Cleveland, Staten Island, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and other communities--sparked protests and soul searching all across our country. Over the past year, we've come to see, more clearly than ever, the frustration in many communities of color and...

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