What's Happening in Ferguson, Missouri?

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  • ‘Moral Monday’ Takes Over Ferguson
  • Protests at Rams Game
  • Cornel West is Arrested
  • Judge Ruled Protesters Constitutional Rights Were Violated
  • Michael Brown Protesters Interrupt St. Louis Symphony
  • Ferguson Police Arrest Protesters, Journalist
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  • Voter Registration Goes Up Since Michael Brown Shooting
  • Federal Judge to Decide Whether 'Five-Second' Rule is Legal
  • 7 Weeks Later, Protests Continue in Ferguson
  • Ferguson Police Chief Apologizes to Michael Brown's Family
  • Memorial for Michael Brown Burns Down
  • Darren Wilson Testifies in Front of Grand Jury
  • Demonstrators Interrupt City Council Meeting
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  • New Witness Reactions to Michael Brown Shooting Revealed in Video
  • Police Stop Protestors from Shutting Down Highway
  • Eric Holder Opens Probe Into Ferguson Police Department
  • Juvenile Court: As a Juvenile, Brown Had No Felon Convictions
  • Ferguson Rally Marks 3 Weeks Since Brown's Death
  • Ferguson Police Begin Wearing Body Cameras
  • App Confirms Audio Was of Michael Brown Shooting
  • Hundreds Gather for Brown Funeral; Schools Reopen
  • Michael Brown Sr. Asks for Day of Peace
  • Report: Autopsy Shows Michael Brown Shot 6 Times
  • Authorities Release Surveillance Video
  • Ferguson Police Department Will Provide the Name of Officer
  • Michael Brown Killed by Police
  • 'He Didn’t Say Freeze'
  • More Graphic Details
  • Police Details Conflict With Eyewitnesses
  • Another Witness Says She Saw Brown Put His Hands Up
  • '@TheePharaoah' Graphic Tweets Tell A Similar Story
  • The Town of Ferguson Long History of Segregation
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  • Did Brown Know His Fate?
  • Brown's Mother: "You Don't Do A Dog Like That"
  • Looting
  • Police Criticized for Using Excessive Force on Protestors
  • Rev. Al Sharpton Visits Brown's Family
  • Air Restrictions Placed Over Ferguson
  • Local Residents Gather in Remembrance
  • 'Hands Up, Dont Shoot'
  • Tensions Continued Between Protesters and Police
  • Journalists Arrested in McDonald’s
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  • Protestors Hit With More Tear Gas, Media Forced Out
  • Howard University Students Stand in Solidarity With Michael Brown
  • Obama Calls for 'Peace and Calm' in Ferguson
  • Gov. Jay Nixon Says Situation in Ferguson Is ‘Troubling’
  • A New Sheriff in Town
  • Peace Restored
  • Rev. Jesse Jackson Visits Memorial of Michael Brown
  • Conflict Between Police and Protesters Returns
  • Gov. Nixon Implements Curfew in Ferguson
  • Arrests, Shooting Overnight Saturday
  • Rapper J. Cole Goes on the Ground at Ferguson
  • Police "Elevate" Response to Protesters
  • Obama Speaks Out Again On Ferguson
  • Activists Tell Protesters to Leave on Arrival of National Guard
  • National Guard Deployed to Ferguson
  • Amnesty International Goes to Ferguson
  • Ron Johnson Says Four Officers Were Injured
  • Police and Protester Tensions Ease
  • St. Louis County is Working to Ease Tensions
  • Grand Jury Convenes Wednesday to Hear Evidence
  • Eric Holder Meets With Brown Family, Community Leaders
  • 11 Days Later, Conflicts Turns to Calm
  • The National Guard Ordered to Leave Ferguson
  • Justice For Ferguson: The Shooting of Michael Brown
  • St. Louis County Council Approves $1 Million for Businesses

‘Moral Monday’ Takes Over Ferguson

A total of 50 people were arrested, including Cornel West, during the last four days of rallies and protests in St. Louis, the Associated Press reports. Hundreds gathered at the Ferguson police headquarters and sat in for four hours on Monday (Oct. 13). There was also a rally at the St. Louis City Hall. Protests began Friday when demonstrators marched to the St. Louis prosecutor’s office urging for an arrest of Wilson, who has not been charged since killing Michael Brown more than two months ago. BET.com gives you a rundown of what is happening in Ferguson. — Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_) 

(Photo: AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, David Carson)

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