Ferguson Lives…Young Blacks Continue To Die
Where Do We Go From Here?

What: Hot 104.1 FM and Old School 95.5 FM, stations of Radio One, Inc. will convene a Town Hall Meeting to discuss not only the unrest in Ferguson, but address the impeding violence, socio-economic and law enforcement issues facing African-Americans. The meeting will broadcast live on both stations. It will also be live streamed by Interactive One, Radio One Inc.’s digital company at http://www.newsone.com.

Who: Moderated by Shorty da Prince and Demetrius Johnson of Radio One, members of the media are invited to witness the lively multi-disciplinary panel of national and local speakers:

Music/Entertainment – Murphy Lee (St. Lunatics)
Law Enforcement – Major Robinson STL City Police
Chief Dotson, STL City Police
Politicians – Alderman Lewis Reed, Board President, Aldermen City of St. Louis
Community – James Clark, Better Family Life
Myisa Whitloc, St. Louis RISE
Alice Prince, SLATE
Legal – Anthony Gray, Esq. – Attorney for the Michael Brown Family
Media- Sharon Reed, KMOV TV (CBS affiliate)

When: From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Media Call: 5:00 p.m.
Open to Public: 5:00 p.m.

Where: Harris Stowe State University
Dr. Henry Givens Jr. Administration Building Main Auditorium
3026 Laclede Ave
St. Louis, MO 63103

Why: The news from Ferguson has transfixed the nation. Another young black man brutallyand senselessly murdered by law enforcement in our country. Radio One, Inc. through its local affiliates Hot 104.1 FM and Old School 95.5 FM will convene a Town
Hall to address the issues threatening the safety of African-Americans. The focus of discussion will address, where do we go from here and how do we make a moment a movement? A multi-disciplinary national and local panel of speakers will provide inspiration, information and insight followed by voter registration.

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2 thoughts on “St. Louis Hosts Town Hall Meeting In Light Of Tragedy In Ferguson

  1. White folks need to also attend this town hall meeting since their perspective on how law enforcement handles minorities in the community is totally different from the FACTS!

    SInce most of them are never pulled over for DWW-they do not know what it is like to be harassed by a cop!

    Since they are not put in choke holds on the streets and choked to death, they do not know what this experience is all about.

    Since un-armed White boys are not gunned down in the streets, they do not know what this is like.

    They need to dig their heads out of their asses and see the light of day.

    Until the day that Whites can possibly put themselves in others shoes, they all need to just stfu!!!!

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