PFK Boom confronts Jamal Bryant

Pastor Jamal Bryant was confronted by Baltimore activists at a rally for Tyrone West who died in police custody in 2013. Bryant showed up with a camera to film a SnapChat from the rally at Tubman House, a vacant house which is slated for demolition near the site where Freddie Gray was arrested.

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Ferguson protestor

A change in police tactics led to peaceful, non-violent protests on Thursday after 4 nights of civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.

The residents of Ferguson were protesting the police shooting death of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown at the Canfield Green apartments on Saturday. Residents complained that the overzealous police stripped them of their constitutional rights to express themselves peacefully.

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Louis Head

Internet HACKtivist group Anonymous has spoken out against the senseless police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael "Mike Mike" Brown in Ferguson, Mo. on Saturday.

Police say Brown was shot multiple times after he wrestled a police officer for his gun. But witnesses say Brown had his hands in the air when he was shot at least six times.

The teenager had just graduated high school and was set to start college this week.

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Bob Woodson

A speaker at a Republican National Committee luncheon commemorating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington said issues concerning the gays and immigrants take priority over black people.

Bob Woodson, the head of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprises, blamed black leaders for ignoring the real problems facing blacks in America.

“Everybody has come in front of them on the bus — gays, immigrants, women, environmentalists,” said Woodson. “You never hear any talk about the conditions confronting poor blacks and poor people in general.”

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Peace rally at University of Mississippi

Protests continued at the University of Mississippi Wednesday involving students opposed to the re-election of President Obama and Vice President Biden.

But the protesters were outnumbered by about 700 students who gathered to rally for peace. Students attending the rally held up candles and called for racial harmony at the Circle outside the administrative building in Oxford.

"We Are One Mississippi. We will not stand for hate," tweeted @CristenHemmins.

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