August 10, 2018

Protesters hold their hands in the air during an Aug. 16, 2014, demonstration against the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. (CNS / St. Louis Review / Lisa Johnston)

"It's not up to the protesters to have a list of demands. It's up to the people whose skin looks like mine — the people with power and authority — to say, 'We're changing this because this is wrong.' Not because they want the protests to stop."
—Sr. Sarah Heger, from "Michael Brown's death still galvanizes anti-racism efforts in Ferguson," published at Global Sisters Report

 

 

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