When protesters blocked Interstate 70 in St. Louis the day after Michael Brown was killed, in 2014, it wasn’t the first time. In 1999 (shown), protesters stopped traffic on the highway in an attempt to bring attention to their demand for more minority employees and contractors along an interstate construction project.
When protesters blocked Interstate 70 in St. Louis the day after Michael Brown was killed, in 2014, it wasn’t the first time. In 1999 (shown), protesters stopped traffic on the highway in an attempt to bring attention to their demand for more minority employees and contractors along an interstate construction project. File photo The Associated Press
When protesters blocked Interstate 70 in St. Louis the day after Michael Brown was killed, in 2014, it wasn’t the first time. In 1999 (shown), protesters stopped traffic on the highway in an attempt to bring attention to their demand for more minority employees and contractors along an interstate construction project. File photo The Associated Press

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