St. Louis Public Radio
How have you been touched by the police-community turmoil in Ferguson?
People in the greater St. Louis area are continuing to try to process events of Aug. 9 that left a young man dead, a community in shambles and yet another investigation of police shooting with racial overtones.
As St. Louis Public Radio looks at the many aspects surrounding the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer, we want to know what all this means to you. Have you ever had an encounter with police? How do you teach your children about what to do if they are ever stopped by cops? What can we learn from this? Please respond to the questions below to share your insight.
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