Justice for Michael Brown weekend sponsors workshops for youth

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FERGUSON, MO (KPLR) – A Saturday evening a workshop is being sponsored by Reverend Al Sharpton and his National Action Network as part of the Justice for Michael Brown weekend in north St. Louis County. The workshop focused on police brutality and laws that need to be changed that enable police brutality according  to the National Action Network.

The workshops are meant to symbolize the four hours Michael Brown’s body reminded in the street after being fatally shot.

The workshop was held at the Greater St. Mark’s Family Church at 9950 Glenn Owen Drive.

Another workshop will be held Saturday night from 6 pm to 8pm that will feature a Hip Hop Cypher for the youth event. The event is designed to help youth and young adults express themselves through art, music and poetry.

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