A memorial at the site where Michael Brown was shot, on Canfield Drive in Ferguson, Mo. Myles Bess/Youth Radio hide caption

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On Ferguson's Streets, Echoes Of Another Fatal Shooting

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The Rev. Willis Johnson (left), pastor of Wellspring Church in Ferguson, speaks to the Rev. Michele Shumake-Keller after the panel discussion in Ferguson, Mo., on Thursday. Johnson said he hoped the event would be a step to healing a "community in trauma." Whitney Curtis for NPR hide caption

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Listen to NPR's Michel Martin recap the event on Morning Edition

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Michel Martin Recaps #BeyondFerguson

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Police arrest a woman in Ferguson, Mo., protesting the shooting death of Michael Brown. Most officers in Ferguson and nearby Jennings are white, but the neighborhoods they police are predominantly African-American. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Zero-Tolerance Policing Is Not Racism, Say St. Louis-Area Cops

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Carl Douglas strikes a pose as he promotes his 1974 song, "Kung Fu Fighting." Michael Putland/Getty Images hide caption

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How The 'Kung Fu Fighting' Melody Came To Represent Asia

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus won her fifth Emmy on Monday night. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Emmy Awards 2014: Safe Choices In A Time Of Groundbreaking TV

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Tough Talks Involved In Growing Up Biracial, As Remembered By Son And Dad

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Years After Their Own Protests, Eyes Of Anaheim Are On Ferguson

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