Aug 12, 2015

As anniversary and protests fade, Ferguson looks ahead - Washington Times

By Wednesday, police outnumbered protesters in the St. Louis suburb that launched the “Black Lives Matter” movement, signaling that the nightly demonstrations could be fading after the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death. But Ferguson, and the issues that elevated it to national prominence, are sure to be closely watched in the months to come. A look at what’s ahead:

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