New York Times, “Protesters United Against Ferguson Decision, but Challenged in Unity,” November 28, 2014

Protesters United Against Ferguson Decision, but Challenged in Unity
John Eligon, New York Time, November 28, 2014

But here in Ferguson, where Mr. Brown’s killing sparked a broad outcry, the challenges of creating a movement out of students and anarchists, established civil rights leaders and digital networkers, and the angry and dispossessed were clear. Groups had planned for weeks how to maintain what they called militant but nonviolent protests if Officer Wilson was not indicted.


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