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St. Louis, Missouri, is again the scene of clashes between protesters and police after a former police officer was acquitted in the shooting of a black man.
Three years ago, the nearby town of Ferguson, Missouri, saw heavily armored police use riot shields, tear gas and rubber bullets to quell protests after the killing of Michael Brown.
The NAACP says Missouri’s history of discrimination and injustice has led the organization to issue its first-ever travel advisory.
What has Missouri learned in the three years since Michael Brown was killed? Have police and protesters adjusted their tactics? Or … is it more of the same?
- Jason Rosenbaum Political reporter, St. Louis Public Radio
- Thomas Harvey Co-founder and executive director, ArchCity Defenders, a non-profit civil rights law group in St. Louis
- David Klinger Professor, department of criminology and criminal justice, University of Missouri, St Louis; author of "Into the Kill Zone: A Cop's Eye View of Deadly Force"
- Anthony Gray Attorney and representative for the Ethical Society of Police; he was the attorney for the Michael Brown family
- Redditt Hudson Former St. Louis police officer and co-founder of the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers for Justice, Reform and Accountability
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