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Michael Brown’s death echoes on six year later

The killing of Michael Brown, a young unarmed Black man, by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, six years ago, sparked protests which changed the civil rights movement in the nation. Brittany Ferrell, an activist and organizer for the political advocacy group Black Futures Lab speaks with Ivette Feliciano about the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests and her experience in Ferguson.
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