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Voices of Faith at the Ferguson rally

Voices of Faith at the Ferguson rally

The Religious News Service posted a video interviewing different clergyfolk at march on Saturday, August 30, in Ferguson, Missouri. The video and full article can be found here.

Though this one did not make as much news as those that occurred over the previous three weeks, it was the largest daytime march to occur since the shooting death of Michael Brown, by the police officer Darren Wilson.


According to the article:

It’s a unique look into what the protests are like on the ground. It was a hot, muggy–and even rainy–day. The protests were organized. Protestors held orange signs distributed by members of the Nation of Islam and followed a route that included the Canfield Green Apartments (to the very place where Michael Brown was shot and killed) and the Ferguson police station.

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