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Ferguson Decision: N.H. Reacts

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We’re talking about the fallout in Ferguson. Protests broke out again last night after a grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed teenager Michael Brown this summer.  We’re talking about the reaction in Ferguson and what this means for civil rights, police force, and race relations across the country and in the Granite State.

GUESTS:

  • Buzz Scherr -  professor at UNH School of Law and a background in civil rights.
  • Dottie Morris - Chief Officer for Diversity and Multiculturalism for Keene State College
  • David Mara – Manchester Police Chief.

For up-to-the minute updates on the situation in Ferguson, as well as background on the case, check out St. Louis Public Radio's coverage.

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