Ferguson Revisited: The Worst Night
Five years after the death of Michael Brown, we reflect on one of the worst nights of the protest and ask, “What didn’t we see?”
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Its been five years since Michael Brown was shot and killed by Darren Wilson in the middle of Ferguson’s Canfield Drive. His death at the hands of a police officer sparked protests across the country and cemented the Black Lives Matter movement into the American consciousness.
In the first of our three-part series, we ask: “On the worst night of clashes between protesters and police in Ferguson, what didn’t we see?”
Guest: Joel Anderson, host of Slow Burn
This episode is part of Ferguson Revisited, a series from What Next looking back at Michael Brown’s death, the protests that followed, and their legacy five years later.