(Video) Missouri Road Shut Down To Remember Mike Brown


The road in which Mike Brown was killed on was shut down to remember him. The people stood in silence for 4 and a half minuets for the 4 and a half hours that Brown laid on the ground.

(Video) Michael Brown’s Father Leads Memorial March In Ferguson, MO

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Michael Brown Sr., father of police victim Michael Brown Jr., led the ‘Justice Walk’ memorial march through Ferguson, Saturday, just one day before the second anniversary of his son’s death. Brown Sr. was followed by many marchers including Black Lives Matter activists, friends and family.

(Video) Mothers Of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, And More Speak While At The DNC


Tonight we get a chance to hear from the mother’s of those who have lost their children to excessive force by police at the DNC. The theme of day two at the DNC is “A lifetime of fighting for children and families.”

The Justice Department Has Decided To Sue Ferguson, Missouri Over Police Reform

The Justice Department has just filed a lawsuit against the city of Ferguson, Missouri. The departments filing the suit so that they can try and end violations by the Ferguson police department and municipal court. They have decide to do this after Ferguson rejected a deal that would negotiate reforming the police department as a whole.

(Video) Man Shot By Police In Ferguson During Protests On Anniversary Of Mike Brown’s Death

It was supposed to be a day of peaceful protests in memory of Mike Brown, an unarmed black teen that was gunned down by a white police officer this time last year. However things turned violent after a police officers shot and critically injured a man who fired at them during the gathering in Ferguson, Mo. Read more below.

(Audio) Barack Obama Talks Ferguson One Year Later, Says He Feels A ‘Great Urgency’

President Obama Talks Ferguson One Year Later, Says He Feels A ‘Great Urgency’.

(Video) Run The Jewels Say “Riots Work” On The One-Year Anniversary Of Mike Brown’s Death


It’s been one year since Michael Brown was shot dead by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Although the #BlackLivesMatter movement reached new heights this year, more people of color have died from police brutality and to be put frankly, we’ve had enough and so have Run The Jewels. During their global tour, Killer Mike & El-P explained why all the rioting and protesting that continues to occur around the US is a good thing. Find out more after the jump!

(Photos) Peaceful Protests Held In Ferguson On The Anniversary Of Mike Brown’s Death

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 people attended the march, which traveled from Canfield Green Apartments, where Brown was shot, to Normandy High School, his alma mater where he graduated from just days before his death. Read more below.

Ferguson Hires Black Officer As New Interim Police Chief


Just days before the anniversary of the tragic killing of 18 year-old Mike Brown, the city of Ferguson announced they have hired new, black interim police chief.Andre Anderson who previously served as a commander with the Glendale Police Department in Arizona, was appointed Wednesday morning along with new city manager Ed Beasly by the city’s mayor. Read more below.

(Photos) Beyoncé, Jay Z & More Visit The Families Of Mike Brown & Freddie Gray During Baltimore Rally Concert

Following 25-year-old Freddie’s Gray’s death, at the hands of six Baltimore police officers, citizens and celebrities of all kind spread love for the city of rioting. Music icon, Prince recorded the track “Baltimore” dedicated to the city, and made the announcement that he would perform during a Baltimore Rally Concert. The concert that took place over the weekend, was streamed via the new digital live music service, TIDAL, which is most likely what brought out Jay Z and Beyoncé for the festivities. The two lovebirds, along with Bey’s mother, Tina Knowles Lawson and well-known philanthropist Alicia Keys also showed up to the event to meet Gray and fallen Ferguson, MO teen Mike Brown’s parents. Hit the jump for more.

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