Christian Science Monitor, “Why Ferguson protests might not have staying power,” November 26, 2014

1126-Ferguson-protest-shooting_standard_600x400Why Ferguson protests might not have staying power
Harry Bruinius, Christian Science Monitor, November 26, 2014

“Since riots broke out after the police killing of Mr. Brown, an unarmed black teen, on Aug. 9, a wide array of activist groups has come to Ferguson both to push their causes and keep the peace. Each comes with its own lens, from the black clergy who hark back to the civil rights era to the anarchist-tinged offspring of the Occupy and Anonymous movements.”

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