Lewis Diuguid

August 19, 2014 5:02 PM

In Ferguson, the ride continues outside America’s comfort zone

There have been too many tragic examples of unarmed black youths through no fault of their own attracting the wrong kind of attention from either the police or “concerned, law-abiding citizens.”

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