One year later, MSNBC's Dorian Warren walks through a timeline of events following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black teen in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
Former NYPD Officer Eugene O'Donnell emphasizes education inside street-by-street policing of black communities. NYC Black Lives Matter activist Terrell J. Starr talks public disbelief of racial profiling prior to body cameras.
Berkeley Professor john a. powell calls for structural and societal changes to make amends within black communities and longtime activist of the Black Freedom Movement Jamala Rogers say we still have a long way to go.
Wesley Lowry of The Washington Post and Chris King of The St. Louis American reflect on first-hand reporting that led nationwide activism in the wake of civil unrest.