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August 22, 2014 12:00 AM

Ferguson: Communities must be engaged to prevent more tragedies and crises

The value, or what appears to be the lack of value, of young black male lives has come to the national forefront once again, this time tragically in Ferguson, Mo. Another family and community are forever torn. Many competing theories have surfaced as to what actually transpired between Michael Brown and Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. One thing however cannot be disputed: Another young black man who had promise and potential to be a contributing member of society is gone too soon.

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