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Updated 5:58 p.m. EDT Aug. 29 | All eyes descended on Ferguson, Missouri, when local police officer Darren Wilson fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was unarmed, on Aug. 9. Following Brown’s death, protesters took to the streets and clashed with law enforcement, revealing deep-seated racial tensions in the St. Louis suburb and the nation.
Partner station the Nine Network in St. Louis, working with KSDK NewsChannel 5, hosted a discussion with local leaders on how the tragic events in Ferguson could be a catalyst for change in the eastern Missouri city and the country. Watch the full program in the player above.
Co-hosted by Casey Nolen and Art Holliday of “Stay Tuned,” the discussion was simulcast Thursday night on the Nine Network and KSDK.
Guests on the show include:
The Nine Network used the hashtag #StayTunedSTL throughout the conversation. This special program is part of the Nine Network’s American Graduate initiative.
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