TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY ANTI-CRIME ACTIVIST ALONZO WASHINGTON PERSPECTIVE ON FERGUSON, MISSOURI UPRISING AND MICHAEL BROWN KILLING!!!
Tonight we've gathered a MUST SEE collection of social media messages on a recent Missouri conflict following the officer-involved killing of teen Michael Brown which has captured the attention of the nation.
To wit . . .
TONIGHT READ THE SOCIAL MEDIA MESSAGES FROM KANSAS CITY ANTI-CRIME ACTIVIST ALONZO WASHINGTON REGARDING THE MICHAEL BROWN KILLING AND ENSUING CONFLICT!!!
In the midst of Missouri unrest, here's how the activist sums up the sitch. Check it:
Mr. Washington draws a parallel to the Trayvon Martin case:
Social media research from this anti-crime activist . . .
Media criticism regarding this incident and community reax . . .
An important comment that questions local authorities and community relations . . .
A warning of more violence ahead . . .
Without question, these are important messages from the most prolific activist in all of the Kansas City area.
Something to think about this evening along with the best of national MSM coverage regarding this topic . . .
The New Yorker: Why Did Michael Brown Die in Ferguson?
NPR: In Missouri City, Calls For Justice, And Calm, After Teen's Death
LA Times: Ferguson, Mo.: A witness to the face-off in the darkness
Poynter: ‘No media allowed’ in Ferguson, Mo.
USA Today: Jesse Jackson: There's a 'Ferguson' near you
Newsweek: Photos: Ferguson, Missouri, Looks Like a War Zone
Vice: The Ferguson Riots Are Not a Shift Away From Peace, They're a Challenge to Violence
The Blaze: The Little-Covered Aspect of the Unrest in Ferguson: The Alarming Militarization of Local Police
Vox: Ferguson, MO, is 67 percent black, and its police force is 94 percent white
Reuters: Obama calls Missouri shooting death tragic, urges reflection
Urban Daily: Citizens Of Ferguson Finally Getting Their Word Out In The “#Hands Up”
Sydney Morning Herald Reports More Violence: For a third night, summer rage pitted the people of Ferguson against those sworn to protect them.
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